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BMI Indie Spotlight: almost monday

Posted in News on March 30, 2020

The guys of almost monday—Cole Clisby, Dawson Daugherty, and Luke Fabry—formed their band in 2015 and have gone from performing in the back room of a local surf shop to collaborating with Mark Needham (The Killers, Imagine Dragons) and earning praise from The Kollection. On January 24, “parking lot view” was released as a follow-up to their acclaimed debut single, “broken people,” with both tracks establishing almost monday’s brand of fun, feel-good alt-pop. Now signed to Hollywood Records after catching the label’s ear at a DIY show inside an airplane hangar, the trio of 21-year-olds are taking inspiration from Coldplay, Oasis, The 1975 and Frank Ocean to craft their debut album. They have a string of east coast tour dates lined up for the first half of the year along with plans to release a steady stream of new music throughout 2020. As told by Daughtery, almost monday’s goal is “to give everybody that feeling of dancing alone in your bedroom, where you’re not self-conscious at all—you just feel completely free to be yourself.”