Several artists call their band Halcyon Days.
(#1) Halcyon Days (Oslo, Norway) is a melodic metal and hardcore band not swaying stylistically too far away from bands such as Architects, Underoath and Counterparts. Since their beginning in 2012, they have released two EP’s, and most importantly their debut album (2014) titled “.ELEVATE”. Their debut album was frequently playlisted and recommended on Norway’s national radio, NRK P3. Two years after their debut album, they released a self-titled EP in 2016, scoring more than 250k total streams on digital platforms. The EP was met with an amazing response from their fans all over the world, in addition to awarding the band the title of “Band of the Week” from NRK P3’s Urørt at the end of 2016.
The band is now ready to release their second full-length album, with the title “Rain Soaked Pavements & Fresh Cut Grass” out June 15 2018.
(#2) Halcyon Days were a 4-piece rock band from Belfast. Bursting out of the ceasefires of the late 1990s they recorded and released two albums – Sometimes (1996) and Alkaline Times (1997). They toured extensively throughout the UK, Ireland, Western Europe and Scandinavia cultivating an extensive fanbase and an anthology of subtle yet energetic rock songs.
(#3) Halcyon Days plays melodic and upbeat folk music. They come from Europe's very heart, and sing in French and English! Halcyon Days means wonderful guitar chords accompanied by breathtaking melodies on the accordion. The band toured alot between 1991 and 1996 and have separated in the meanwhile. They have produced one self-titled album (1994). An acoustic side project, also called Halcyon Days, is touring through local bars and wineries at the moment.
(#4) Halcyon Days is also the name of a short lived gothic metal band from Oakland, California. Sound samples can be found on myspace.com/halcyondays1
(#5) Halcyon Days are a four-piece rock and roll band from Keighley, West Yorkshire, which formed in its present incarnation in 2011.
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