Demon Days


Saturday 28th April, 9:30pm. Free Entry

Perth's Demon Days are the exciting new five member Jazz Funk/Neo Soul collective set to blow audiences minds. The group garner influences from Hip hop, Soul, Funk, Jazz, squash them together and see what happens...

Having impressed their family, friends and the occasional punter over the last several months at venues all around Perth, Demon Days are gearing up to have a massive next few months.

Having already clocked up an impressive string of supports including Jack River, Fortunes, Sex On Toast, Psychedelic Porn Crumpets, POW Negro, Sampology, Demon Days are a band to watch in 2018.

Their debut single Lost In Translation, received praises from Triple J and RTR and was bought home with a sold out launch. Recorded with Joel Quartermain (Meg Mac, Eskimo Joe, Caravana Sun, The Chemist) the band have gone on to take their knowledge and work on their sophomore single Killer Bees which received yet more praise and landed air-time with numerous community radio stations Nationally including 3RRR, FBi, RTRfm, Radio Adelaide and 4ZZZ. The band are now working towards a debut EP release set for early 2018.

Delivering a high energy show, the band have truly cultivated a sound and finesse far beyond their years and time together as a group.

Lost In Translation Review:

YES! Yes! Yes! Yes! Fat funk bass - whimsical vocals - tight drums - sick keys. I'm lost in this song. Daydream trippy neo-soul. Delicious!Nkechi Anele – Triple J

Killer Bees Review:

Capturing a stunning finesse and vibe that flexes maturity in their style. This slow-burning new jam, 'Killer Bees', exhibits a composed wisdom that ultimately cultivates a deeper understanding of their own musical identityFreya Simmons – Purple Sneakers