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Daisychain "Different Shades"

Psych Rock group Daisychain has released their latest album, Different Shades. This is the first new music from the group since their May 2020 self-titled debut EP.

This is the work of Sophia Williams (Guitar/Vocals), Nickole Regala (Bass/vox), Frankie Sripada (Lead guitar), and John Merikoski (Drums).

You can catch Daisychain on April 20th at Schubas with Dead Feathers and THE LOVE-IN.



Daisychain has released their self-titled debut EP. This album is well over a year in the making and great representation of the gritty, barroom rock the quartet has perfect over that time. The album closes with fantastic single, "The Wrong Thing", the group released back in February 2019.

This is the work of Nickole Regala (Vocals/Bass), Sophia Williams (Vocals/Guitar), Frankie Sripada (Guitar), and Peter Burger (Drums)


Interview: Daisychain, Pandemics, and Cancelled Plans

With the news changing by the minute and country on the verge of a potential lockdown as a result of the spread of the Novel Coronavirus, we thought it would be a good time to reach out to a local band to learn how this will impact their Spring. Daisychain is the Garage Rock of Sophia Williams, Nickole Regala, Frankie Sripada, and Victor Martinez. They have spent the few years performing around the city and Midwest while working on their debut EP which is due on May 2nd.

They had been planning to head out on their Tweak'd Tour, starting on April 2nd, to spend a month finding new audiences and ramping up to their EP release at Cole's on May 2nd. Now everything is either cancelled or soon to be, and we took the chance to talk with Sophie about how this is impacting Daisychain.

The Deli (TD): Has the upcoming Tweak'd Tour been cancelled or postponed?
Sophie Williams (SW): All the closures have definitely been affecting our April tour status. Some venues have already cancelled events, and we are anticipating that most, if not all venues will postpone or reschedule the shows.

TD: How much time went into planning the tour?
SW: We are pretty bummed; we’ve been planning this tour for the past four months and have spent countless hours reaching out to venues, bands, magazines and blogs.

TD: As a primarily touring band, how do you see the virus and our state's response impacting your year and future plans?
SW: These cancellations will definitely affect our plans for the upcoming year; the tentative April TWEAK’D tour would have been our first time to the East Coast. We were hoping to get exposure in a different part of the country that we have not yet toured. We invested in merchandise that we were hoping to sell on tour.

We are planning to reschedule any cancelled shows and plan to tour throughout the rest of the year to new cities and regions. We are currently planning a southern USA tour in July and have high hopes for a successful tour.

As of right now, March 18th, you can help Sophie and Daisychain celebrate the release of their debut EP on May 2nd at Cole's Bar.


Daisychain @ The Hideout (11/16)

Garage Rock Quartet Daisychain are touring through out the month of Decemeber on what they have dubbed the Bob & Silent Jay Tour. The tour kicks off on December 4th at Indianapolis and will wrap up back at home on December 22nd Virgin Hotels.

Daisychain is the work of Sophia Williams (Guitar/vocals), Nickole Regala (Bass/vocals), Frankie Sripada (Lead guitar), and Victor Martinez (Drums).

You can catch them on November 16th at the Hideout with Joslyn & The Sweet Compression and The Claudettes.


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