A Lucky Day Later is a sensual-sexual, all-punked-out, epic rock band, destined to be signed in 2009, because of the honest lyrics and catchy melodies, that will no doubt leave you wanting more.
A Lucky Day Later is a lifestyle; as any of our 50, 000+ fans would tell you, we are dedicated to them, even through our own misfortunes, since we started the band on December 13th, 2006. In February of 2007, the whole band moved into a house together on Olive Street, in Santa Rosa, CA. One night, shortly after the move, Alicia Nancine, got a call from her family, her mother was dying. Not even three weeks later, on St. Patrick’s Day, the cancer claimed her life. “It was the hardest thing I’ve ever done, to put down her hand and not immediately grab for a knife and take my own life too; but A Lucky Day Later is just that, it’s making it through the hardest day of your life, no matter how much you want to give up and just put an end to all the hurting, it’s finding the strength to keep going when you feel like your about to break”(Alicia.Nancine). The tragic event inspired the name of the band.
In late 2007, we left Olive Street and moved to LA to work with Grammy Nominated Producer, Curt Cuomo (KISS, Edgar Winter, Eddie Money). In January of 2008 we started recording of our first full-length album with Curt at Woodland Ranch Studios. By the end of the summer the first six songs of the record were complete. At that point after having invested over $25,000 in recording of our own money, the rest of the album had to be temporarily put on hold due to exhaustion of funds. Our intense passion and dedication persuaded us quickly to stay in LA and pursue our goal of getting signed to a major label anyway.
Recently we finished season ONE of a daily benefit show that streams live over the internet, called “The A Lucky Day Later Show.” It supports two organizations very close to our fans and us: To Write Love On Her Arms and Stand Up To Cancer. Everyday our fans come to the show to listen our music and help raise money. We give acoustic performances, play cover songs, and are there to support our fans who are dealing with depression, suicide, and cancer in their own lives. Recently, we put on a 46-hour benefit show, in which we broadcasted two days straight, to raise money for TWLOHA and Stand Up To Cancer. With the support of our fans, we raised over $38,000. We have a dedicated fan base who support us completely and can’t wait to buy our album, because they relate to our story and are thankful for the time and love that we offer to them unconditionally.
To quote an unnamed source, "If it looks good, you'll see it. If it sounds good, you'll hear it. If it's marketed right, you'll buy it. But...if it's real, you'll feel it." This quote defines us.