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Dianne Swann reminds us These Are The Days

Radio13

"These Are The Days" is the compelling new solo single from The Bads frontwoman Dianne Swann, whose message is as urgent as its propelling rhythm. The poignant opening line ‘Gone are the days we can mistreat her with no consequence’ is a hard-hitting truth about our relationship with Papatūānuku. Arriving with a thought-provoking lyric video, “These Are The Days’ is an anthem for the age, highlighting the realities of climate change, mass consumption and over population.

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Featuring Dianne herself on vocals and guitar along with Chris O'Connor (drums), Ben King (bass & guitar) Dave Khan (keys), Sandy Mill (vocals), and Brett Adams (guitar),  the arresting song was engineered by Tom Broome and mixed in the UK by Steve Power (Blur, Baby Bird, Julian Cope, Robbie Williams, British Sea Power).

"These Are The Days" is the second release from Dianne’s forthcoming debut solo album after first single "Show Your Heart" was released in April of this year.

Written By: Radio13