Gone for Days brings back memories of 1990’s rock groups such as Puddle of Mud and Stone Temple Pilots. Their throwback sound is very well executed and holds interest with powerful melodies and heavy guitar riffs. The groups power lies in their ability to create a sound that does echo these 90’s greats yet give a fresh and newer take on alternative rock.
The dynamics of the group are held together by the talent of their drummer Justin Pacy and the strong lead vocals of Chris Taylor. On the song “Money”, all the players come together to create a catchy song that is sure to be a standout track off their self-titled album, set to release soon. “Money’s” verses echo influences from harder Beatles material while the chorus hints at Pink Floyd’s own track of same name.
They sure are making a name for themselves with heavy play on Sirius/XM’s Octane as well as opening for Filter and Stone Temple Pilots. Fans of these bands definitely will find something to love with Gone for Days – so it is a great move to play with these groups. I could see a band like this holding court in the Sunset Strip and creating quite a buzz with the rocker crowd.
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