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New Music from Last Daze, “Symbols & Snares” available August 28th, 2015!


Black Country Rock​ is proud to present a new full LP, produced by Shooter Jennings, from New York’s Last Daze​: “Symbols & Snares”.

Recorded in 2014 in Los Angeles at Station House Studios, ‘Symbols & Snares’ is the debut from Adirondack band ‘Last Daze’.
It will be available on digital and CD format on August 28th, 2015 from BCR Los Angeles.

Last Daze - "Symbols & Snares"

The first video for ‘Fast Turns’ has been shot and will be released soon!

Billy Ray Cyrus and Shooter Jennings are Killing The Blues!


Yesterday Rolling Stone debuted “Killing The Blues”, side A of BCR’s Record Store Day seven-inch release on the two artists. Side B is a cover of Waylon Jennings’ iconic song “I’ve Always Been Crazy” and features Lee Roy Parnell on the lead guitar. “Killing The Blues” will be available on April 18th in brick-and-mortar record stores on white vinyl. There is only a limited amount of these being made, so if you want to secure your copy, speak to your local record store — They can still order now by calling AEC and placing a new order, or by calling 1-844-REACH-BCR today!

Last Daze’s debut singles OUT NOW!


New York native band Last Daze, whose debut album Symbols & Snares will be released in 2015 on BCR Los Angeles, have released two digital singles, “Heaven Won’t Let You In” and “Kentucky” via iTunes, Amazon, Spotify and all other digital music distributors.

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The dual single package offers the first taste of this young new band. Produced by Shooter Jennings, Symbols & Snares shows off a diverse and inventive young roots band on their way out of obscurity and into the minds and hearts of music-lovers everywhere.

“The best thing about Katy (Cole) and her voice and songs is that, one minute it reminds me of something you would get from Florence & the Machine and the next minute it might be a beautiful country ballad. Then something reminiscent of Nine Inch Nails will pop up on the record. It’s so unpredictable, which is the way I like my music. I was really glad they asked me to be a part of this project and I’m very proud of the record we’ve been making this year.”

BCR Media