There are two formats: vinyl single in plain sleeve, straight outta Stiff, Rough Trade or 2-Tone (£8) and limited edition colour gatefold with 7” single and CD which includes bonus track (£10). Songs are Oi! (You Can’t Do That!), What? Nothing! and Ouch! We’ll be playing all of them at our O2 show on 29 April (£12).
Everyone knows that good beer is good for you. Likewise any decent band worth its salt has its own band beer. So we’re just joining the bandwagon really in launching our own beer.
Available in no good supermarkets near you, but free if you give us even the slightest indication whatsoever that you like us. We are that insecure, we will actually buy compliments.
Anyway enough of this. Drink the Chimp and get happy!
You can download the whole booklet here.
In the haze of rock n roll, many wrongly associate the word ‘Rider’ with crates of champagne, miniature bread and the right colour M&Ms. All fine and dandy, but no. What we have here is our technical rider that describes everything technical we need to do a show. Our latest version – for your delectation – is here.
Great cast, gripping plot so read it now. Don’t wait ’til they make the film.
It comes in ‘Single’, ‘EP’ and ‘Double concept album’ sizes. Prices are £2, £4 and £6 with all profits going to the band’s favourite local charity ‘The Listening Centre’, which offers low-cost counselling to people in Oxford who need it most and can afford it least.
“We wanted to do something quirky, tasty and peculiarly English, like our music, with a hint of Dr Feelgood, The Kinks, Madness and Ian Dury about it”, said band spokesman Julian Sharples. “I had the idea when I heard Pulp on John Peel and I’m so happy that it’s now bearing fruit.”
“Marmalade has been somewhat under-represented in the music industry. The Scottish band ‘Marmalade’ and Labelle’s hit ‘Lady Marmalade’ – “Voulez-vous coucher avec moi, ce soir?”, being the main flag wavers. We hope to change that”, said Julian.
If you want to buy a jar, come to our marmalade launch event at The Wheatsheaf on Friday 18 March.
Now looking forward to supporting Osprey’s great band The Ska Meisters at the Jericho Tavern on 29 January. Should be good one. Although getting the Hammond up the fire escape might be fun.
Chasing Daylight is more than a band. Its a way of life. Its a global phenomenon. And now its an online retail giant too with the launch of our range of innit T-shirts. They come in 8 colours and are available in sizes from Small to 3XL, for people nearly as fat as us. Colours available include Banana, Blood and Chocolate, which, coincidentally, is the title of our new album.
Order your innit shirt at the Chasing Daylight online merchandise outlet!
You know it makes sense.
It was a chance meeting with a stranger in a pub on 6 April 2012 that led to Chasing Daylight being formed. Eddie was that man and here is the email I sent him and his reply:
Sent: 14 August 2013 09:28
Thought you’d be interested (and amused) by what happened next…after our chance meeting in The Rusty Bicycle…
…and the story behind it…
We never quite know the effect we have on other people…
With best wishes,
Sent: Sunday, 25 August 2013 15:46
I really appreciate you sending me this feedback and update. To be honest I am really impressed with you, your story and your commitment to authenticity.
I know you will life a full and happy life.
Many, many thanks. You made my day.
On 30 July we decided to turn Julian’s office at The Jam Factory into a studio. We hired Rossco to mic everything up and recorded 7 songs straight to 2-track.
You can hear them – warts and all – here. It was hot. It was fun. We learnt a lot. And the warts were far outweighed by the beauty spots. All-in-all we’re pleased with the outcome and hope you like the tracks. Please give us your feedback here.[spacer height=”20px”] [button url=”/music” style=”buttondark” target=”_self”] Listen now[/button]