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Bellevue Days are streaming their new single 'S A D', from the band's upcoming debut

"I wrote this song on a cold wet day."
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Published: 2:37 pm, November 01, 2019
Bellevue Days are streaming their new single 'S A D', from the band's upcoming debut

Bellevue Days are streaming their new single 'S A D'.

It's the latest teaser - following on from ‘Shotgun’ - from the band's upcoming debut 'It Can’t Possibly Go Wrong Ever', due on 22nd November.

Frontman Alan Smith says: “I wrote this song on a cold wet day a few months before we hit the studio. I heard someone use the term S.A.D. on some random podcast or something and it stuck with me. 

"That day, I got home, picked up my sh*tty acoustic guitar and done a bit of a word vomit, and this is how it turned out.”

They also have a headline tour coming up, which will see them play several shows next February:

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