Skyfever Release New Single ‘Sunny Days’ Ahead Of Support Slot For AC/DC And Uriah Heep Drummer Chris Slade

Taken from their EP ‘Rear View Mirror’, which came out earlier this year, Skyfever have released their latest track, ‘Sunny Days’. The Dublin rockers will be supporting the legendary Chris Slade on November 11, at Dublin’s world famous Button Factory. Slade has performed with Uriah Heep, and Manfred Mann’s Earth Band, and is currently the drummer for AC/DC.



It’s been a great year for Skyfever, as if the support gig wasn’t exciting enough! Earlier this year they secured playlisting with The New York Yankees, who play their music at home games. This is in addition to the playlisting they’ve already got at major stadiums such as Stamford Bridge, Anfield and the Bank of America Stadium – the home of the Carolina Panthers in the NFL, as heard here:

Tickets for Skyfever, supporting Chris Slade, at The Button Factory on November 11, are available here. You can find out more about Skyfever from their official website, Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, YouTube, and Snapchat. Stream and download Skyfever’s music from iTunes, Spotify, and Bandcamp.

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