Rise Rock n’ Shine: Single By Sunday + Daisyhead

By | April 18, 2019 at 10:00 AM

Are you still in bed? C’mon guys,

it’s time to Rise Rock n’ Shine…

Who: From Scotland to Los Angeles, Single By Sunday seem to have one goal in mind— to restore the greatness of pop punk. The next step in their mission is a performance at Autism Rocks in Hollywood, CA.*

What: Desert landscapes, colorful hair, high energy tunes: Find it all on “Say That You Love Me”.

Why: Remember all the old school pop punk you loved so dearly? Well ready your nostalgic heart, because it’s back on “Say That You Love Me”.

FFO: idobi Radio

Find Single By Sunday on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram.

“‘Say That You Love Me’ was written as a way of expressing a question that we feel a lot of fans feel. We know that a lot of you go through, have gone through and are still going through the same emotional stuff that we do…. when you are longing for that one person you love to tell you that they love you too. Hopefully the track allows us all to connect.” – Single By Sunday

*Single By Sunday will be performing at the Autism Rocks event this Saturday (4/20). Grab tickets now + head out to see them at Universal Studios City Walk while supporting a great cause.

Who: No Sleep Records’ Daisyhead is a band you don’t want to sleep on, because it won’t be long until they take over all of your friends’ playlists.

What: “Cool Kids Table” is an alt rock jam you’ll be air-guitaring to all summer.

Why: Daisyhead proves just how hard they’re dominating the game with “Cool Kids Table”. Both melodic and absolutely shredding, you won’t be able to stop hitting replay.

FFO: idobi Radio

Find Daisyhead on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and their official website.

“I wrote ‘Cool Kids Table’ about the frustration I had feeling like I couldn’t catch a break no matter how much I sacrificed. I wanted tours I couldn’t get. I wanted our van to work. I wanted to get along with my band mates and keep a solid lineup. Essentially the same issues 90% of bands go through. I hoped it would be relatable to younger, hardworking bands wanting more than they’re getting.” – Michael Roe, guitarist/vocalist for Daisyhead