Bellevue Days announce details of their debut EP and unleash single, ‘Capability, Capacity’.

The first song from the upcoming EP is ‘Capability, Capacity’, which you can listen to here!

Bellevue Days are a four-piece band from Croydon who fuse Grunge, Indie and Alternative influences to create a fresh batch of deliciously delivered tracks, set to be released in the shape of an EP entitled ‘The Sun Came Up When We Were Young’. The EP is scheduled for a 27th July release and have received support from Kerrang!’s Alex Baker.

The first song from the upcoming EP is ‘Capability, Capacity’, which you can listen to here:

Lead Singer, Alan Smith had this to say about the single;

“I wrote the basis of Capability, Capacity on my brother’s crappy classical guitar and then took it to the rest of the band to see what they thought. Joe had some lyric ideas inspired by a book he’d read called ‘Junkie’, and it all came together pretty smoothly. With Jason Wilson producing what is our first studio track we’ve created something that we are really proud of. Hopefully people will enjoy what we’re doing.”

Artwork for ‘The Sun Came Up When We Were Young:

The Sun Came Up Cover Master v1


1. Let’s All Be Friends
2. Capability, Capacity
3. Seattle
4. Sleep

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Brad Biddlecombe

June 17, 2015

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