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The Bad Day is a two part, flowing concept album by critically acclaimed London band: The Bad Day.

A tragic story of love and freedom set against the overarching concept of a broken society. 

Mastered at Abbey Road studios by Miles Showell

(The Beatles - Sgt. Peppers Lonely Hearts Club Band). 
Produced by Craig Smith and written/arranged by The Bad Day.

Classic Rock Magazine

"9/10 HUGELY impressive!"

The lead single "Devil's Lullaby" won Classic Rock Magazine's track of the week, The second single "Wake Up Carolina was championed by the legendary Whispering Bob Harris (Old Grey Whistle test) and the third and final single received great airplay and premiered it's music video on Emerging Rock Bands.

The Bad Day have performed at the legendary Isle of Wight Festival two years in a row, Times Square in NYC, the Open Air Blues Fest in Romania and have shared stages across the globe with artists such as Sheryl Crow, Kirk Fletcher, Rag n Bone Man, George Ezra, Kenny Jones, UB40 and The Killers. 

Mainstream media attention has included BBC Radio 2, BBC introducing, Classic Rock Magazine, London Live TV, Bass Guitar Magazine, Planet Rock radio and many others.

Endorsed by Orange amps, Guild guitars, Warwick Bass, Rukus drums and Seydel Harmonica. The band already has some high profile admirers.

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