Hailing out of Salem Massachusetts, Darker Days is 5 piece Punk Rock band featuring ex-members of Bostons legendary Hardcore Punk band Energy. In 2017 Energy embarked on 2 full UK tours, 1 headline tour spanning 2 weeks and 1 as support for UK’s very own Creeper spanning just over 1 week. After splitting with Energy in late 2017 Nick Sullivan and Mike Natsios teamed up with Mason Eaton, Jon Burke and Kevin Byers to form Darker Days.

With a renewed focus and sound, Darker Days are announcing themselves with their first track ‘Worry Lines’, which is a standalone single ahead of their debut EP release later in the year.

Worry Lines has a message of regret that resonates with a lot of people, seeing someone in pain yet unable to break through the dark cloud to help. WIth an accompanying video that highlights the frantic attempt to change a situation, but with the realisation that it’s just too late.

Nick Sullivan (Guitar) who write the track, explains the meaning behind Worry Lines: “I wrote this song after losing someone close to me to suicide. They reached out to me numerous times before taking their own life and I kept putting off getting back in touch until it was too late. I often wonder if I would still have that person in my life if I had taken 30 minutes out of my busy day to just talk on the phone”.

Worry Lines is released today and is available at all good outlets, such as SpotifyiTunes & Youtube.

Darker Days are:

Mason Eaton – Vocals
Nick Sullivan – Guitar
Jon Burke – Guitar
Mike Natsios – Bass
Kevin Byers – Drums

Find Darker Days online:

Official Website


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