Day Wave to Perform in Allston
The Oakland-based musician will play at Great Scott in Allston on 6/7
Fresh off his TV debut and the release of his highly anticipated sophomore EP Hard To Read, Oakland-based and Berklee College alumni Day Wave - aka Jackson Phillips - is bringing his dreamy and hypnotic California melodies on the road for his first U.S. headlining tour! He’ll be playing Great Scott in Allston on 6/7, ahead of his festival performances at Lollapalooza, Governor’s Ball, Shaky Knees, and more.
Day Wave’s latest EP Hard to Read is out now via Grand Jury/Fat Possum and his absolutely mesmerizing latest single “Stuck” premiered via Zane Lowe’s World Record on Beats 1. Now - after having made his SXSW debut where Entertainment Weekly, Paste, Noisey, and more named Day Wave one of the “best things” they saw at the festival - Phillips is bringing his smooth vocal harmonies and beachy synth rock sounds across the US, so audiences, at least for a night, can be washed over by a dreamy pop aesthetic that only the West Coast can provide. With lots of love from the folks at Sirius XMU/Alt Nation, Beats 1, BBC, The Fader, Noisey, Stereogum, Buzzfeed, LA Times and more, Day Wave is definitely one to watch in 2016.
Watch his performance on NBC’s Last Call with Carson Daly HERE
Stream Hard to Read via Spotify now HERE
Day Wave performs at Great Scott in Allston, MA
Tuesday June 7, 2016 at 9:00 p.m.
Get tickets HERE
“One-man bedroom pop, but propulsive enough to keep a touring band plenty busy.” – NPR Music
“We’ve been spoiled by Day Wave. One song after another has put us in a really wonderful place.” - Beats 1’s Zane Lowe
“…every aspect of Day Wave tracks have depth—from the words, their delivery, and the landscape that surrounds them.” - Noisey
“a promising five-song collection of sun-faded, lo-fi indie rock.” – The FADER
“Day Wave sucked me in immediately…I’d listen to this on loop all day” – Stereogum
“…Day Wave has reset the Beach Boys in 1970s Manchester.” – Consequence of Sound