DAYSHELL, the band featuring former OF MICE & MEN bassist/clean vocalist Shayley Bourget, has signed to Spinefarm Records. DAYSHELL will release its second album, "Nexus", on October 7.
A new song DAYSHELL song called "Car Sick" can be streamed below.
"We would like to take a moment and proudly announce that DAYSHELL have officially signed with Spinefarm Records," said Bourget.
"Words can't express how happy we are to continue making music and doing what we love.
"We are so happy to be a part of the Spinefarm family and can't wait to see them work their magic and help have our music heard.
"On a side note, for those of you that didn't know, Zack Baker is now our new official drummer. He killed it on the new album and we are stoked to have him with the trio. So please show your support and welcome him to DAYSHELL with open arms!"
DAYSHELL will tour this September and October with I THE MIGHTY, ARTIFEX PEREO and PICTURESQUE.
Bourget shocked fans everywhere when he left OF MICE & MEN in 2012 after three years and two albums and quickly formed DAYSHELL.
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