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Daisyhead announce new album “In Case You Missed It,” premiere video for new track “Don’t Feel Bad”

Nashville emo group Daisyhead have announced they will be releasing a new album, titled “In Case You Missed It,” on April 28 via No Sleep Records.

Along with this announcement, Daisyhead has released a video for a new track from the upcoming album, titled “Don’t Feel Bad.” You can find the video here. They have also announced the first leg of their release tour, starting on April 13 in Orlando, Florida with Northbound and Tigerwine in support. You can find tour dates and locations below.

Daisyhead streaming new song “Never Know”

Nashville emo group Daisyhead has just released a new song entitled “Never Know” and you can watch it below.

The band is also getting ready to embark on a little tour with Free Throw and Young & Heartless in the coming days, dates and locations of which can be seen below.

Daisyhead last released “The Smallest Light” last March through No Sleep Records.

Music video: Daisyhead – “The Smallest Light”

Nashville emo group Daisyhead has premiered the video for their song “The Smallest Light”.

You can watch it below.

he Smallest Light was released March 3, 2015 via No Sleep Records

Spartan Records announce first ever SXSW showcase lineup

Seattle-based label Spartan Records have announced the lineup for their first ever showcase for South By Southwest. Check out the show flyer below.

The lineup consists of Kentucky indie-punks the Foxery, Virginian post-rockers Shy-Low, Nashville emo group Daisyhead, and Norwegian noise-punk/hardcore band Barren Womb (their first ever U.S. performance).

The showcase will be held in Austin, TX at 11pm on Saturday, March 21st at Bar 96 (96 Rainey St.), and you can RSVP here.

Album Review: Daisyhead – “The Smallest Light”

It’s about time we get Daisyhead‘s show on the road. EPs and splits aside, Nashville has a player on the stage, indicative to the sounds of Balance and Composure, Citizen and even, Basement. But as their friends in Have Mercy showed recently, these guys can kick it with the best and rough things up to mold a sound that they own and also, shuck down your throat with an accessible and aggressive ease.

The Smallest Light‘s guitars duck and dive their way through riff after riff, complimenting each other and the vocals perfectly. Using the fast-paced “Lost Her” as an example, you can tell how frustrated they are and how much pent-up emotion they have to unleash a la Balance and Composure’s Separation – which I can see is what drew No Sleep Records to Daisyhead in the first place.

They do the soft-to-loud dynamic so well and cultivate a great grunge, post-hardcore, indie-emo rock feel. As with most songs on tap, the guitars intertwine and lead into crushing rhythm parts that make the songs so fresh, tasteful and engaging. Bits feel like Brand New and old-school Manchester Orchestra at times as they get so guitar-centric. Still, it doesn’t dilute what fans have grown to love from Daisyhead in the past.

Most songs build and build into thunderous roars before slipping away quietly into the night, as per “The Halt” and “Defenselessness”. I can’t stop boasting how immerse the lyrics are, topped off by tight musicianship and a hard-rock feel that nods to Superheaven’s Jar as well. There are so many huge riffs, dipping into atmospheric reverb sections that hit equally as hard throughout, all adding up for an absolutely staggering first LP. If you didn’t know them before, I can assure you, you’ll be hearing a lot more now. Great album from a band that’s going big places, very soon.

4 / 5 Stars

Daisyhead streams latest album “The Smallest Light” in full

Nashville emo group Daisyhead will be releasing their debut album The Smallest Light tomorrow via No Sleep Records, but you can stream it in its entirety here.

If you like what you hear, you can snag a copy of the album here.

Daisyhead stream new song “East Bend”

Nashville emo group Daisyhead have released a stream of a new song titled “East Bend”. The song will appear on their upcoming album The Smallest Light, and you can check it out here.

The Smallest Light is due for release on March 3, 2015 via No Sleep Records. The album is available for pre-order here.

New Music: Daisyhead debut “Lost Her” from upcoming album “The Smallest Light”

Nashville emo group Daisyhead are streaming a brand new song entitled “Lost Her.” It appears on their forthcoming album “The Smallest Light,” and you can check it out here.

“The Smallest Light” is due for release on March 3rd via No Sleep Records. The album is available for pre-order here.




Daisyhead announce details of upcoming album “The Smallest Light,” stream new song “Take”

Nashville emo group Daisyhead have announced plans to release their debut, full-length record, “The Smallest Light,” on March 3rd via No Sleep Records. The album is available for pre-order here.

The group is currently streaming “Take,” the first track to debut from the “The Smallest Light”, and you can give it a listen here.

No Sleep Records offers “No Sleep ‘Till Christmas” compilation (Alcoa, Daisyhead, Seasons Change, and more) for free download

Huntington Beach-based label No Sleep Records have just released their No Sleep ‘Till Christmas compilation today, and they are offering it for free download. You can stream it in full, or snag a copy of your own, below.

The compilation features holiday-themed tracks from AlcoaDaisyhead, Kill Wealthy Dowager, Lee Corey Oswald, and Seasons Change.

Daisyhead begin recording debut album, release teaser video

Nashville emo group Daisyhead have entered the studio and are currently working on their debut album, which is projected for 2015 release through No Sleep Records.

You can check out a recording teaser video from the band below.

Daisyhead stream cover of Jimmy Eat World’s “Work”

Daisyhead are streaming their cover of Jimmy Eat World’s “Work,” and you can check it out below. The track will appear on the No Sleep Records benefit compilation A Comp for Mom, released in memory of label owner Chris Hansen’s mother.

More information on the upcoming compilation can be found here.

Daisyhead stream previously unreleased b-side “Can’t Live In It”

Daisyhead have released a stream of a previously unreleased song titled “Can’t Live In It”. The track is a b-side to the band’s split EP with Have Mercy. Listen to the song below.

The Daisyhead / Have Mercy split was released on February 25, 2014 through No Sleep Records. The band will release their debut full-length sometime this year.

Daisyhead announce spring tour dates

Nashville emo act Daisyhead will heading out on a two-week tour of the eastern United States early next month.

Details on when and where they’ll be playing can be found below.

Daisyhead last released a split with Baltimore indie rock band Have Mercy on February 25th through No Sleep Records, who will also be releasing the band’s debut full-length sometime this year.

Daisyhead and Have Mercy streaming split EP

Nashville emo group Daisyhead and Baltimore indie rock band Have Mercy are currently streaming their split EP in its entirety. Check it out here.

Daisyhead and Have Mercy’s split EP will be released February 25th 2014 (tomorrow!)