- Dave O'leary - Vocals/Rhythm Guitar
- Tom Harris - Lead Guitar/Backing Vocals
- Chris Tracey - Bass Guitar
- Lee Dainty - Drums & Percussion
We are a Sheffield band named Silent Sundays! The band formed in mid 2006 after trying many different line-ups until we found a comfortable line-up and an always positive atmosphere.
We are a 4-Piece band, and have a wide variety in the styles of music that we play. We play a mixture of covers and originals which range between punk, rock and indie.
With a Lead guitarist and Drummer into some of the more heavier genres, our music includes fast solos, fast rhythms, Strong and rhythmic drumming and some awesome fills. Also on the lighter side, the band has a bassist and rhythm guitarist into lighter, more indie style music, giving songs a nice melodic feeling with some chords new to the guitaring world, fast chord changes, funky bass riffs and clever chord structures. With Dave as our lead vocalist and Tray and Tom as back-up vocalists, our vocal range is almost endless, so we like to include clever and melodic vocal parts, with some strong vocal parts for all 3 of the vocalists.
We are now doing any gigs that are available around the UK, so if you want to book us, call Tray on 07912617761 or Tom on 07933316523, or just message us on this site or our myspace, which is http://www.myspace.com/silentsundays.
The E.P is now available and we are in currently back in the studio recording our 10-track album. Songs on the album include:
Thin Black Jeans...
The band write songs together, and all have there own inputs on each songs, which is our favourite way to do it.
We have made it through to the National Finals of the GBOB competition!
Thanks to everyone who came to support us at The Plug
Now we need you to come support us at a famous venue, Birmingham Town Hall, where the likes of The Beatles have played!
"I wandered over to the other side of the strip into the LION and discovered the SILENT SUNDAYS!!! What have i been missing???? I know I have said in the past (along with many others) that the strip is (dare i say it again?) generally a "CLASSIC ROCK" fortress and that bands doing their own stuff get limited opportunities with the odd exception (GKB), well let me put the record straight, these kids (and thats all they are) were absolutely sensational. Songs i had never heard before (because they were original)had me banging the table, tapping my feet and attempting to sing along. They had a bass guitarist with attitude (16) a drummer that would put some of the best (semi pro) in their place (16), a singer that played guitar and sang (obviously)like he'd been doing it for years (15)and a lead guitarist that had a young technique (which suited the band perfectly) playing on his 16th birthday, all in all they were brilliant and they really enjoyed themselves. The crowd in the LION took them to their hearts and the kids couldnt believe it when they demanded more....and more....and more...... This band will go very, very far, if they get the right breaks. Go see em Cap'n I guarantee you will not be disappointed." - Rock of the North Review.