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First two singles off The Daybreak's debut album, Find Me at the End of the World, out June 30th.
The Daybreaks have been named "Nashville's next super-group" by local, independent radio station Lightning 100. Fronted by prolific singer/songwriters Kaleb Jones, Heather Bond and producer and multi-instrumentalist Bobby Holland. The band's first show was at Louisville's Headliner's Music Hall to a crowd of 700 opening for Jukebox The Ghost. The band followed up their exposure by diving into a Texas/SXSW tour playing 7 shows in 4 days, 5 of those in 2 days during SXSW 2016 building great momentum in Texas and the Austin market. Their highlight performance at SXSW was at the New Americana Showcase performing alongside Ron Pope, Future Thieves, Blank Range, Band of Heathens, K Phillips, The Roomsounds, Blue Healer, Elise Davis, Blackfoot Gypsies, Daniel Ellsworth & the Great Lakes and more.
Upon their return to Nashville, Lightning 100 made them Artist of the Week featuring the band's single "The Machine" for a whole week on air and showcasing them at Soulshine Pizza to a packed house in April. Shortly after they played Project615's Nash Spring Bash Festival benefiting Blood:Water and they followed up that play at Nashville's The Basement and the famous Blue Bird Cafe in May. Lightning 100 once again featured them as their headlining artist for their Thunderground series at The Basement East in June. The band will be performing more festivals this Summer including the main stage at Musicians Corner at Centennial Park in Nashville in August and the Kids Fest with Mr. Steve at Live On The Green in Nashville in September as they prepare for an album release in the Fall with a tour to follow through the Winter.
Various publications have joined in the praises including Lockeland Springsteen who premiered the debut single "The Machine", No Country For New Nashville who premiered "Cruel Summer", Lightning 100 who premiered "The Machine" music video, Musicians Corner who premiered the second single "Stranger" and The Deli Magazine who premiered the "Cruel Summer" music video among others. The band has covered a lot of ground, turned a lot of heads and garnered a faithful following this early in their career and there is still a lot more to be heard from them--their days have just begun.