“Dont Even Know Me” originated in an acoustic jamming session between band members Luke and Ethan. The title sits as the single's catchphrase, representing the times where people have the tendency to judge others without even knowing them and having misconceptions of those people. The raw energetic sound the band are known for contrasts with the slower melodic sound creating a fine listen for fans.
Gully Days comprises of Luke Morris (Guitar), Holden Fadjiukov (Bass), Ethan Eshuys (Vocals) and Lewis Kennedy-Hunt (Drums). Determined to play live music during COVID, the group bought speakers and organised small sit down shows at their local Bowlo’s.
The band have been rewarded for their efforts as a year later they have sold over 1,000 tickets for their winter run of shows this year and went from strength to strength as they sold out local venues whist gaining a reputation for excellent live performances and hell crazed live shows.
The young-gun indie rockers have been making waves in the industry with their last release “Go With It” music video receiving airplay on MTV in Australia and New Zealand. Their accolades don’t stop there, being included in the Top Seven Emerging Sydney Bands line up by Monster Children for their thrash surf single “Wouldn’t Wanna Be You” and previous singles receiving airplay across radio stations and a live on air performance on the local Bondi Radio.
The new track was engineered and produced by ARIA winning and Grammy nominated producer Adrian Breakspear ( Gang of Youths) and the band will be taking the Main Stage of Oxfords Art Factory on Saturday 29th November to celebrate the release of “Don’t Even Know Me” .
With more material due throughout the rest of this year, “Don’t Even Know Me” the new single by Gully Days is out now on all major streaming platforms.