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Italian alternative/post-punk act Someday will release their debut album entitled This Doesn’t Exist on 10th February via Seahorse Recordings. The band is deeply influenced by the likes as Sparklehorse, The Smiths, Joy Division, Placebo, Sonic Youth and The Cure. Someday recently released a video clip for the track "Last Lesson", it was directed by Nicolò Roccatello and you can watch it in the player below.
Someday was formed in Collegno, a city close to Torino (Piedmont, Italy) by two childhood friends – Daniel Bianco (guitar/vocals/lyrics) and Michele Fierro (bass). Initially rehearsing in Michele's living room and Daniel's cellar, they began making demo tapes, had several singles on Italian music compilations, and eventually released their debut EP Flowers In The Cellar and two singles "Divano Pulito" and "Rifugi" in 2016, produced by Luca "Vicio" Vicini of Subsonica. They were then joined by drummer Federico Segato to form a trio, who was subequently replaced by Fabio Digitali. Link