Daylight for Deadeyes
Melodic, hard-hitting Rock & Roll, to-the-point lyrics, don't bore us - get to the chorus catchy hooks, sums up where to begin describing the band Daylight for Deadeyes. Formed in 2003, the band from the GTA has evolved into a force with strong songs, strong musicianship, and a fine tuned attack of the senses at every live show. Daylight For Deadeyes is a four-piece band featuring core members Chris Gormley (guitar and lead vocals), Matt Gormley (guitar and vocals), and Andy Neill (bass). The Gormley brothers started playing together at an early age, appreciating and studying the classic songs from legends like The Beatles, The Band, Led Zeppelin, and AC/DC. Always writing and re-writing, and always developing their own sound, a sound aimed at moving people to feel good, touching the hearts and souls of everyone who hears their honest music, Daylight for Deadeyes keeps pushing to reach more listeners. Their high-energy shows draw an ever-growing following of loyal fans. They have been played on Hamilton's Y108 and have been involved in several promotional events with that station, and as of recently they have been played on The Edge's uber-popular Indie Hour. Their dedication to live shows has taken DFD across Canada and Britain several times, and recently performed a 'dream' gig at The Cavern Club in Liverpool, England. Daylight for Deadeyes started working with producer/musician Carl Jennings in 2003. The relationship proved successful, as a whole CD worth of material grew from intense writing and recording sessions using the Gormley/ Gormley / Jennings combo. Recording and releasing their first CD (self titled) in 2004 at Westmoreland Recording Studio, Daylight for Deadeyes enjoyed immediate success - selling over 1500 CDs in no time at their live shows! A full length CD is due to be released this year, including some of their best music to date.