Taken from the band’s wildly successful debut album, Arrival, ‘Daylight’ is a soft-rock number, dedicated to the giddy feeling of love when you just can’t get enough of your significant other. The song is tender and emotional, with a heart of rock ‘n’ roll in the clever instrumentation and arrangement of this fantastic band.
aliensdontringdoorbells convey a truly timeless sound, proving that it’s possible to reinvent the mainstream, and indeed the wheel, long after your teenage years have passed into blissful memory.
When it comes to music, the band cites OneRepublic, Maroon 5 and Weezer amongst their influences. Their sound is an amalgamation of pop, rock, jazz, prog and swing. Nowhere is this melting pot of influences more apparent, or more successful, than on ‘Daylight’. The lyrics are truly relatable, accompanying a musical landscape painted with a brush which, although wouldn’t sound out of place for the rock charts of the 70s, paints a picture of sound that is moving and relevant now.
aliensdontringdoorbells have already begun to build a solid fanbase, even as the Bahamas, the location of their recording sessions, and hometown to the rhythm section who works closely with the band, was hit with several life-threatening hurricanes. In the wake of these terrifying events, the band were able to use their platform to put on a performance with proceeds going to charity in order to help the recovery efforts.
Proving that rock ‘n’ roll is alive and truly kicking, aliensdontringdoorbells are here to stake their claim on the territory which is rightfully theirs.