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You Call This an Apocalypse? is The Very Bad Days’ Ep | Edgar Allan Poets

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our “Edgar Allan Poets’ Artists/Bands We Like” section is dedicated to The Very Bad Days and their Ep You Call This an Apocalypse? 30 minutes of rock to entertain you.

You Call This an Apocalypse? is The Very Bad Days’ Ep | Edgar Allan Poets

The sound of this band made me think of the 90s.  Direct and solid rock with no strings attached.

The thing I liked the most is that you can hear these guys having fun while they play. This passionate approach allowed them to create beautiful musical chemistry.

The Very Bad Days have a clear artistic vision. Their rock is what is conceived in the basement. Long sessions in the rehearsal room, sweat on instruments and a few beers are the ingredients to create this kind of sound.

Their style reminded me, in some moments, of Weezer in others Alice In Chains, and Beck. The sound however manages to be modern. A band able to find a really interesting sound bled.

You Call This an Apocalypse? it’s a good Ep, all the songs are fascinating and show that the songwriting maturity is refined and mature.

Put an eye on them, you will be surprised by their music.

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Sincere Rock!

You Call This an Apocalypse? is The Very Bad Days’ Ep | Edgar Allan Poets

The Very Bad Days are a childishly grim B-horror flick of a rock band. A poignant, unexpectedly sweet, and fucking hilarious dive into punk existential Ghostbustery. They proudly brew a dark yet playful blend of indie originals and revisionist punk covers that tease the creepiness out of otherwise innocent yesteryear favorites. Whimsical accounts of socially anxious demons. Emotional eulogies for real dolphin suicide. 90’s pop saudade. There’s no shortage of terrible, horrible, no good very bad days to sing about.

If Jack Black joined the Chili Peppers, or Cobain was a President of the United States of America, or Harley Poe met Harvey Danger, The Very Bad Days wouldn’t have to rock so hard. But here we are. Whether as an acoustic coffee shop conversation or a crashing electric boomfest in a downtown Minneapolis brewpub, seeing The Very Bad Days is as fun and strange as seeing Bigfoot in your backyard.

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