If you haven’t heard of Galway four-piece D-Day yet you soon will be hearing alot more of them. With a debut EP already in the bag, a song used on a Netflix Original show and having their material mixed by Mike Fraser who has worked with AC/DC, Aerosmith and Bryan Adams they are making some strong moves within the industry.

Their new single “Misunderstood” was digitally released October 7th and the band have their launch night for the single in ‘The Loft Venue’ in Seven Bar, Galway on Friday, 14th October. On hearing “Misunderstood” there is no denying the 60’s influence on the band and why they have come to support bands like The Delorentos, The Strypes and The Franks & Walters. Darragh Whyte’s vocal styling is reminiscent of Phil Lynott and Mick Jagger and their rock sensibilities are a firm nod to classic rock with some contemporary styling.

With the promise of new material in early 2017 to look forward to click on the link below to listen to “Misunderstood” which was mixed by Grammy and Juno-nominated sound engineer Mike Fraser (who has worked with acts as diverse as AC/DC, Aerosmith, Franz Ferdinand and Enter Shikari) and was mastered by Grammy award winning mastering engineer Adam Ayan (who has worked with Paul McCartney, Lana Del Rey, Pearl Jam and the Rolling Stones).