The band give the UK their first glimpse of 'Sumday'...

Grandaddy previewed their eagerly awaited new album ‘SUMDAY’ at a low-key LONDON show last night (March 20).

The Californians played a show for competition winners, including 20 who triumphed through NME.COM and invitees, including Graham Coxon and Coldplay‘s Jonny Buckland, at the Bush Hall in west London.

The band played forthcoming single ‘Now It’s On’ as well as another track from ‘Sumday’, ‘Yeah Is What We Had’. But frontman Jason Lytle apologised for not playing more from the album, admitting: “We haven’t had time to rehearse the new stuff yet.”


The full set was:

‘Hewlett’s Daughter’

‘Yeah Is What We Had’


‘Beautiful Ground’

‘Miner At The Dial-A-View’


‘AM 180’

‘Now It’s On’

‘First Moment’

‘The Crystal Lake’

‘Now It’s On’ is released as a single on May 26 through V2. ‘Sumday’ follows on June 9.

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