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Three Day Millionaires announce new self-titled EP and release show

Kick-arse Hull-based Punk/Rock act Three Day Millionaires have just released their new single Behind These Eyes on Warren Records.

Three Day Millionaires is a four-piece hailing from Hull and features former members of Freaks Union, The Living Daylights, Outspoken Silence and Vultures in Vivid Colours. They are Danny Harrison (bass and vocals), Adam Pyrah (guitar), Nick Milner (guitar) and Jamie Dean (drums).

Speaking about their new EP, Danny Harrison comments: “As soon as we had a handful of songs, five or six I’d probably say, we knew we had something. We knew we actually had a band, which at this point didn’t even have a name. The name is something that’s historically linked with Hull.

“Three Day Millionaires were legends within the city. Real ballers as we’d probably say nowadays. We wanted something relatable, how many times have you been paid or got your student loan through and checked your balance on a Monday and though ‘shit…’? That also ties in with some of the lyrical themes in the album. Everything becomes so much more relevant as you get older. I look at what I haven’t got, rather than what I have.”

Three Day Millionaires have been quick to turn heads and have been featured by Alan Raw’s BBC Introducing show on Radio Humberside, where they played a live session. Check it out.

Punktastic also streamed the band’s latest single, ‘Behind These Eyes’:

The band’s new EP will be unleashed on Friday, July 24 in their hometown of Hull at Haworth Arms, with more tour dates to follow.

Three Day Millionaires have supported acts such as Demob Happy and Scottish melodic-pop-punk band Yeah Detroit, and have gained a following on the local punk and metal scene.
For more info, visit https://www.facebook.com/threedaymillionaires

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