Daytime TV have announced the digital deluxe version of ‘Nothing’s On But Everyone’s Watching’ for October 14th release. This version of the band debut album will feature alternative versions of three fans favourites from their debut. First cut released is the albums calling card track ‘Little Victories’.

About the new version of ‘Little Victories’ Will Irvine from the band said: "The ‘Little Victories’ are the small things you can take away and keep for yourself when everything seems to be crumbling to the ground around you. The song is about getting to really know someone in a relationship that started great but ultimately ended up going terribly. It’s about self preservation and holding your head high when things don’t work out. Sometimes you meet someone and they turn out to not be quite who you thought they were. That can really sting but you’ve got to dust yourself off".

"This version of the track lays the lyrics bare with a massively stripped back set up and an amazing string section that we were lucky enough to work with. We wanted to give our fanbase something completely different with this and push our boundaries. The string section brings an almost cinematic element which is something that we’ve always loved. Recording it at RAK Studios with producer Fred Abbott was a dream come true for us".


Original version of ‘Little Victories’ is one of twelve such cuts to tune-into on Daytime TV’s Nothing’s On But Everyone’s Watching’. An album about humanity and alienation, connection and disconnection, interactions and distractions; ‘Nothing’s On But Everyone’s Watching’ ultimately explores our relationship with technology and the complex relationships it creates between us as human-beings.

Produced by GRAMMY®-nominated Romesh Dodangoda (Bring Me The Horizon, Twin Atlantic, Lower Than Atlantis), the album was mastered by the legendary Robin Schmidt (Placebo, The Black Keys). The results make for a record that flickers from ‘AM’-era Arctic Monkeys rock swagger (“Side Effects”, “Zombie”) to heart-swelling electronic-gilded anthems (“Communication”, “Dirty Love”) with a pop appeal that’s tailor-made for entertaining the masses.

DAYTIME TV are a four-piece alternative rock band currently based in Edinburgh + London. Releasing a string of singles in their short time together including ‘Communication, ‘Ugly’ and ‘Zombie’, the band have taken over the airwaves of Radio 1, Kerrang! Radio, Amazing Radio and BBC Radio Scotland, notched up plays on major playlists including Apple Music’s ‘New In Rock’, plus Spotify’s ‘Scotify’ and ‘Hot New Bands’. Championed as one of Rock Sound’s Breaking Through artists for the future, the band have even earned an unlikely fan in Hollywood star Margot Robbie.

New Radio 1 presenter Nels Hylton is a fully converted fan of the band calling them “best up and coming band in the world” on his socials!

Completing their (beyond ironically named) ‘The Tour That Will Absolutely Happen’ Tour in the Autumn (which included multiple SOLD OUT shows), Daytime TV also performed to huge crowds at TRNSMT and Murrayfield Stadium, as well as supporting Two Door Cinema Club and The LaFontaines at major venues.

The band have a huge Festival season ahead in 2022… they visit Madrid in July to play Mad Cool for the first time days before playing British Summer Time at Hyde Park in London on the bill with headliners Pearl Jam.

With a dedicated audience already hooked and an album of arresting alt/rock anthems ready to hit the bigtime, Daytime TV released their debut album ‘Nothing’s On But Everyone’s Watching’ in 2022.

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