Days of Season is an American Rock Band formed in New York in 2010. Fuma helped his friend Raony Marques train musicians for a new band. He connected him with John Casale, an emerging drummer from Yonkers, New York. In late April they auditioned for a vocalist and Lu Fariña from the city of Mamaroneck Westchester, New York
arrived. Fuma was working on another project as a bass player. When John (Drummer) became aware of his talent, the band decided that Fuma was the best option for the guitarist. Then he lowered the bass to a guitar and Days of Season was born.
They are ready to start writing our first album and first official music video. In May 2010, they set a goal to finish their material before the end of the year. They wrote their debut album "Turning Point" and recorded it at the end of September at Mercy Sound in Manhattan. In October, they produced their first music video for the song "Full of It", and fulfilled their goal by releasing the album in November, following it with the music video for "Full of It" Directed by Respect Films (Patrick Meaney and Jordan Rennert) Produced by Days of Season. At the end of 2011, Lu decided to leave the band for personal reasons and never jump in stage again.
Between 2011 & 2012 we met Emily vocalist from the city of Tarrytown Westchester County, New York. We entered the studio and started preparing our new material and at the end of June 2012, they released their second EP called "MOMENTUM", produced by Days of Season and recorded by Jim Cobb and two months later, they produced their second music video " Disparity ", directed by Respect Films (Patrick Meaney and Jordan Rennert) Produced by Days of Season.
Three years later, the band underwent line-up changes. After they lost singer Emily the guys were excited to find a new singer. In December 2016, they met Rebecca Emont from New Jersey.
In late January 2017, after writing four solid songs, the band decided it was ready to record.
Days of Season was like never before, the chemistry between the three began a journey of exploration and musical innovation. After they released their EP called “A New Day”, an exciting moment began, when they dedicated themselves to bringing quality back to music and pushed the band in a new direction.
Days of Season had the privilege of joining bands like My Chemical Romance, Senses Fail, Madina Lake, Every Avenue and We Are The In Crowd recording in the historic (Nada Recording Studio) in New Windsor, New York. His second EP called "A New Day" was produced by John Naclerio (owner of Nada Studio) and Jim Cobb. Then, in March 2017, they produced their third official music video for the song "Don't Leave Me" from the new EP (directed and edited by Lea LaMort). and we did our first East Coast Tour.
Our fans have always been a great source of support and inspiration to keep us going on this journey. we are in the studio working on a new material,
stay tuned for more information soon.