We’re kicking off 2018 with a new lyric video for “No Such Thing.”
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Rainy Day Crush are here to crush your rainy days!
Too catchy to be "indie," too honest to be "pop;" RDC inhabit the wastelands in between. They take their craft seriously without taking themselves too seriously. They are constantly moving forward, no matter how many obstacles are thrown in their path.
Rainy Day Crush started out as The Other Side in the mid-to-late 90s. After one album, countless shows in the bars and back alleys of southeast Wisconsin/northeast Illinois, and encouraging regional success, they focused the lineup and became Rainy Day Crush in 2002.
RDC quickly signed with Skywater Records out of Minneapolis, MN, released their debut LP “Free to Go," and headed out onto the road. They played everywhere they could: Milwaukee’s Summerfest, PrideFest, and Bastille Days, Chicago’s MobFest, Austin’s GoGirlsMusic Fest, Cincinnati’s Chicks Rock Fest, and a headlining spot at Cincinnati’s MidPoint Music Festival; they toured the Midwest and Northeast from New York, Boston, and Washington DC to Texas, Oklahoma, Minneapolis, and all points in between. (Ask nice, and they may even tell you about the “Great Ice Storm Crash of ‘04...”) RDC was named the Wisconsin Area Music Industry’s Best Rock/Alternative Band of the Year. The album’s hit single "Room to Rage" was the most requested song on Eau Claire, WI radio station 109FM "The Wolf" through the winter of ’03/’04.
Internal tension split Rainy Day Crush apart in 2004, and the music was left waiting in the wings for eight years. After a reunion show in 2012, it became obvious that their peculiar brand of songwriting and performance needed to be heard and seen. They picked up the pieces and picked up where they'd left off.
2016 was incredibly challenging for Rainy Day Crush. Lead singer Betsy Ade left immediately after the release of their EP Calamity!, leaving the future once again in doubt. Once again, the band collected themselves and got back to work. A year later, they have emerged from the detritus with new music and more optimism than ever before!
Rainy Day Crush are currently working on a four song EP of all new music set for release in spring of 2017, and are busy booking shows.
See you on the road!
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