Brummie melodic rockers Daylight Robbery are back with new single ‘Edwards No.8‘. The band have released an Official video for the single.
Says the band: “… it’s a sentimental look back at the best time of your life and, in the bands case…..the best time of their lives was leaving school to frequent the infamous Edwards No.8 rock club in Birmingham, England – but the sentiment is very much looking back with a smile and wondering how things change.. ”
The song is very much influenced by Van Halen.
Mark Carleton – Guitar/Vocals
Colin Murdoch – Bass/Vocals
Rob Chivers – Drums/Vocals
Hailing from in and around Birmingham, England – Daylight Robbery have risen quickly to produce three hugely acclaimed albums ‘Cross Your Heart…and Hope to Die‘, ‘Falling Back to Earth‘ & 2020’s ‘The Enemy Within’. The stellar reviews of their debut album meant that they suddenly found themselves touring the UK with Uriah Heep, appearing with It-Bites and playing the main stage of the inaugural HRH/AOR at Magna Park, Sheffield (being acknowledged as the band of the day).
Daylight Robbery‘s second album ‘Falling Back to Earth‘ went on to receive accolades from all over the world resulting in two album of the year awards in the printed rock press – Powerplay Magazine, UK & Rock Hard Magazine, Germany. This enabled the band to appear at Knebworth
alongside Metallica, Dream Theater and Alice in Chains and playing arenas with Whitesnake,
Def Leppard, Rainbow and Black Sabbath. They have appeared at numerous Hard Rock Hell
events as well as headlining smaller festivals and undertaking their own shows.
Daylight Robbery‘s greatly anticipated 3rd album ‘The Enemy Within‘ was released during the
summer of 2020 again to fantastic reviews with the first three singles being the incredible ‘Digital Preacher‘, the 80’s sounding classic ‘House Of Pain‘ and the anthemic ‘Waiting For Tomorrow’.