The Terrys, Australia’s rising sensation, deliver their most tantalising single to date with ‘No Bad Days’, a prelude to their highly anticipated second album, ‘Skate Pop‘, set for release on February 23, 2024. Following a meteoric rise since their formation three years ago, The Terrys have already made a mark with over 40 million streams, a #3 debut on the Aus Album ARIA Charts, and sold-out performances across the globe.

The single, ‘No Bad Days’, is a testament to the band’s diverse influences and unbridled creativity, blending the sounds of Jamie T and Red Hot Chili Peppers. Bass player Trent Cooper, in his inaugural songwriting contribution, draws inspiration from the Red Hot Chili Peppers, creating a magical melting pot of sounds. Lead singer ‘Finchy’ adds a unique touch with lyrics inspired by a chance encounter with an optimistic stranger in a bottle shop.

The track is poised to become an anthem for those navigating life’s highs and lows with a positive spirit. The cover art featuring the original Terry, embodying the ‘No Bad Days’ spirit, adds a personal touch to the release. As the band gears up for their EU and UK tour in 2024, fans can expect the high-energy rock n roll that has earned The Terrys a devoted following.

With their sophomore album, ‘Skate Pop‘, the band explores the theme of finding comfort in discomfort, reflecting on personal doubts and struggles. Lead guitarist Lukas shares the band’s hope that listeners can relate to this journey. The Terrys’ carefree vibes and community-building ethos have quickly earned them a dedicated fanbase, and ‘Skate Pop‘ is poised to solidify their place in the music scene.

In the meantime, ‘No Bad Days’ offers a taste of the emotional odyssey that awaits on the full album. The Terrys continue to inspire with their uplifting, relatable music, celebrating life’s true colours. As they gear up for the album drop, fans can bask in the infectious positivity of ‘No Bad Days’ and eagerly anticipate the full ‘Skate Pop‘ experience in 2024.

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