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There are two groups with the name "Eight Days From Sunday":
1) A British punk rock group based in Orpington, Kent, formed by Ben Brazier (guitar), Mike Lane (bass) and Lewis Fife (drums) and Billy O'Brien (vocals) in 2009. Originally called "Footsteps From The Fable", the group assumed its current name after the departure of O'Brien, when Brazier took over vocal duties. This lineup had remained unchanged until January 2012 when Mike Lane, who moved to Brighton in 2011, no longer became available to perform regularly. Initially, friend of the band Philip Whitehead played bass on a temporary basis for one show, however in May 2012 Whitehead took over bass duties on a permanent basis. His first recording with the band was a cover of the Bernie Winters song "It's Bernie" which received airplay on BBC Radio London.
The band's early output was heavily influenced by American punk bands such as Green Day, Blink-182, Good Charlotte and Fall Out Boy, with songs becoming progressively more akin to Lower Than Atlantis and Four Year Strong with Architects also influencing a heavier style. Music is put onto the band's official Reverbnation page for free download, with songs released one by one for their Eight Days From Sunday demo. After playing a series of Open Mic concerts in the local area (and local music festival Party in the Priory in 2010 and 2011), the band played at the Monto Water Rats Theatre in August 2011, their first show at a recognised music venue.
Ben Brazier - vocals, guitar (2009-present)
Lewis Fife - drums (2009-present)
Philip Whitehead - bass guitar (2012-present)
Billy O'Brien - vocals (2009) - As "Footsteps From The Fable".
Mike Lane - bass guitar (2009-2012)
2) An American rock group formed in 2002.
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