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September 2018
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Bellevue Days: "It’s hard to see what a label can bring to the table. Look at Chance The Rapper!"

The sludge-pop four-piece take a break from knitting scarves to tell us how they're ready to take 2017 by storm.
Published: 8:37 am, April 04, 2017
Bellevue Days: "It’s hard to see what a label can bring to the table. Look at Chance The Rapper!"
[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]On the ‘about' section of Bellevue Days' Facebook page, the band list their interests as follows: "Beer. Girls. Knitting." Those first two are hardly surprising, but knitting? Come on, lads, that's not very rock'n'roll. "Beer, girls and knitting are our three favourite things," confesses frontman Alan Smith. "Knitting is up there because Dan does it on tour," bassist Joe Blackford adds, "or it's something like knitting, anyway!" Explaining his hobby, guitarist Dan Lukes says: "It was driving me insane just sitting in a van all day with these amazing people, so I decided to take up crochet, which is pretty much knitting. I just sat in the van making this scarf, and at gigs I'd put it on the mic stand to show everyone the progress, but I don't think anyone noticed… it'll turn into a blanket one day!"

If Bellevue Days' 2017 goes as planned, Dan will have a lot more time on the road to work on his scarf-come-blanket. The self-proclaimed "sludge-pop" four-piece have plans to release new material before the summer, and they're hoping that their new songs – the follow-up to last year's ‘Sad Boy' EP - will give them enough momentum to justify plenty of time on tour. "We've got some definite ideas for a few single releases," Alan explains, "so I think the first half of the year we'll be releasing two or three singles, and then the body of work we'll release mid-year. Whether that's an EP or album, we're still unsure. We've got some festivals lined-up, and touring-wise, we're going to try to organise a DIY tour on our own, once we release the singles."

Bellevue Days have been riding the crest of a wave for the past twelve months, and when asked why they think their music is connecting with people, the band reckon it's their hard to pin-down sound that helps. "There are a lot of indie bands out there right now," Dan claims, "and maybe we're a bit different; a bit rockier, and filling a different niche." Dan is right to point out his band's gruffer take on indie-rock, as Bellevue Days' tunes share as much, if not more, with Nirvana as they do with The Strokes. And when quizzed on the band's influences, it becomes apparent why their interpretation of indie-rock is slightly rough around the edges. "When we started the band, I just wanted us to sound like The Xcerts," Alan explains. Dan, meanwhile, cites Brand New as a huge influence, though he does have a slight confession about Bellevue Days' song-writing: "There's this one song we always rip-off, ‘Where Is My Mind?' by The Pixies, which just always finds its way into everything somehow!"

While Dan might claim their songs aren't 100% original, there's certainly something fresh about the tunes on ‘Sad Boy'. Unsurprisingly, given the EP's name, there's a hefty amount of emo on show, but it's laced with pop hooks and lashings of indie coolness which make Bellevue Days stick-out from the UK's burgeoning DIY scene. "We just make music we like, and if other people like it, that's a bonus," Alan explains. "I think we're naturally quite depressed people, and we draw from experiences when we're writing songs. It's just a lot of those experiences are quite sad!"

It's clear that the experience of making ‘Sad Boy' has had a huge impact on how Bellevue Days have approached writing their new material. Despite the praise lavished upon their last EP, Dan is keen to see the band make further strides. "I think we can do better," the guitarist rather honestly admits, "I just want our first album to be the best thing we've done, and I never want to release anything for the sake of it."

There's clearly a real care and attention to detail in the way Bellevue Days approach everything about their band, and some of this stems from their DIY perspective. "People keep saying we don't need a label," Dan says. "Our manager is really involved, so it's hard to see what a label can bring to the table. Look at the Grammys: Chance The Rapper just won Best New Artist, and he refuses to partner with a label." Still, given the band's growing profile, it's not surprising that interested parties have come calling. "We've had interest from indie labels", Joe explains, "and we had a big major label email us once, but I think with them approaching us it was just a case of ‘We better email them in case they get signed, or we'll be in trouble with our bosses'. It got us excited at the time, though!"

As 2017 rolls on and Bellevue Days release more new music, it's likely their stock will rise even higher. The band are already confirmed to play 2000trees in the summer – "It was sick last year, and this year we're playing on a bigger stage," states Joe – as well as several other festival slots which are yet to be announced. This hectic schedule, plus the release of new music must have the band excited, but what are they most looking forward to about the year ahead? For Joe, it's the aforementioned festivals and the hope that their new releases do better than previous attempts. "It feels like we've always been progressing slowly; I don't want this next release to come out and then things get stagnant," he says, "I don't want to stay at the same level; I always want to go up."

With tunes as good as they've got and a burning ambition driving them, you wouldn't bet against this being the year that Bellevue Days well and truly deliver on the hype. As for Dan's desires for the months ahead, he just wants to be back in the van for as long as possible: "I just want to be one of those bands that's always gigging," the guitarist gushes, "I just want to be constantly on the road… and make a lot of scarves!"[/vc_column_text][/vc_column][/vc_row][vc_row][vc_column][vc_video link="
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