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A Sunny Day in Glasgow Wants You To Sing With Them

Band Holding Auditions For New Female Singer to Go on Tour

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Ever wanted to be a rock star? Well, A Sunny Day in Glagow wants to give you your shot. The shoegazing Philly-based band are looking to add an additional female vocalist to the mix. As the band (whose new album, Ashes Grammar, was released yesterday) says in an open letter on their website:

Hi Everyone,

As you may know we have a new album coming out this month. We are planning to go on tour for a short while later this Autumn and then for a LONG while next year, all over the world. But before we do, we need another singer to fill things out and make us sound awesome. Specifically, we are looking for a female soprano who is up for an adventure (if you are not sure what a soprano is, just listen to our songs– these are predominantly within a soprano range).

There are no geographic limits to this search– you could live anywhere in the world (seriously)– but special preference may be given to folks living in or around Philadelphia, USA or Sydney, Australia, cuz these are the cities where members of this band currently live. But really, don’t let geography stop you or your friends from getting in touch if interested.

And if you are interested, please write us asap at .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address) and we can fill you in on more specifics and answer questions and whatnot.


Thinking of trying out? Thinking of going to see them perform? Be sure to check out their tour dates:

11/14 - New Haven, CT ArtSpace
12/3 - Atlanta, GA 529
12/4 - Athens, GA Secret Squirrel
12/10 - Washtingon, DC The Red The Black
12/11 - Baltimore, MD Metro Gallery
12/15 - Philadelphia, PA Johnny Brenda’s



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