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Days of Season is an American Pop-Rock band formed in New York in 2008. In early 2008 Fuma helped his friend Raony Marques line up musicians for a new band. He connected him with John Casale, an up and coming drummer out of Yonkers, NY. In late April they held auditions for a vocalist and in came Lu Fariña. At this time Fuma was working on another project as a bass player. When John became aware of his talent the band decided Fuma was the best fit for lead guitarist. So he dropped his bass for a guitar and Days of Season was born.
Since then they have been gearing up for the duel self-release of their debut album and first official music video. Back in May of 2010 they set a goal for themselves to finish their material before the year was out. They wrote their debut album: Turning Point and recorded it in late September at Mercy Sound in Manhattan. In October, they produced their first music video. They released "Turning Point" Album in November and the First official music video to their single “Full of It” " directed by Respect Films on December 8, 2010 just in time. In late Jun of 2011 they released the first EP called "MOMENTUM" produced by Jim Cobb and Days of Season, 2 months late they produced their second music video "Disparity" directed by Respect Films.
Three years later, the band went through line-up change. After they lost their singer, the guys were anxious to find a new one. In December of 2011, they found Rebecca Emont and in late January, after writing four solid songs together, the band decided they were ready to record. DOS was privileged to join the likes of My Chemical Romance, Senses Fail, Madina Lake, Every Avenue and We Are The In Crowd by recording at the historic Nada Recording Studio in New Windsor, New York. Their second EP called “A New Day” was produced by John Naclerio (owner of Nada Studio) and Jim Cobb. Then in March of 2012 they produced their third official music video for the song "Don't Leave me" from the new EP (directed and edited by Lea LaMort)
After a line up change once more Fuma connected with Julia Medwick in the summer of 2013. In January of 2014 They released a new single called "Merry We Go Round" and Their mix of personalities has brought a new energy into their music and taken the band in a whole new direction. They current work on a new EP that will be release in late this summer We’re excited to share our new sound and can’t wait to get on the road again:)