Daymaker is a Chicago based Experimental Punk project, formed in 2014. The foursome makes music that reflects the joy and confusion of being inside of one of America’s most compassionate art communities and the extremely threatening political concerns that bring those people together. With hard hitting rhythms and ethereal melodies, Daymaker bends genres brining both muscle and care to their huge sound. A pop band with a wild fluidity, Daymaker is anchored most by their intention to acknowledge mutual pain and struggle with a loud and loving release.
Daymaker consistently performs in Chicago and tours nationally. Every show includes an offering of fresh fruit to the audience, hoping to encourage a nurturing and respectful atmosphere in which to rage. This band’s unmissable liveliness comes through on their first full length release “Let the Sun Fall.”
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Britt Julious, Chicago Tribune - "An improvisational approach to music creation (that draws) from differing musical backgrounds... that seemingly gives the band “permission” to experiment and improvise, building each musical flourish until a more fully-developed song structure is formed."
Chicago Reader - "Daymaker oozes pissed off charisma and resolve, embracing their underdog status and fully committed to their audience and milieu"
Music is King - "The soundtrack of a long-time-coming breakdown, a valve bursting under the pressure buildup of one’s place unraveling inside of a greater problem... held together by Delaney’s fluctuating vocal personas — from affected boredom to the wild screaming of somebody reaching the end of their sanity, but with no other options in a world that doesn’t care, where the only survival mechanism is to engage in a half-assed hope"