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Daydream with The Buckleys, Live from Byron Bay is a special event that the band wanted to share with the world around their 12-track debut album release, being handled by Snakefarm Records in the UK. With the world on lockdown, they chose a very intimate location, the local church in their hometown of Byron Bay, Australia.

This special concert will include the entire Daydream album from front to back, for fans to enjoy from home; it can be streamed September 25,HEREat 4pm PST (26th 9am AEST) and with partners, Facebook Music & Artist of the Day,Radio Disney Country,Record Store Day,American Songwriterwho will co-host the premiere. The concert will also be streamed onBookMyShow Online(India / Sri Lanka) on September 25 at 8pm IST, as well as broadcast on CMT Australia on September 25 at 7pm (AEST).

In the lead-up to the church event, The Buckleys have released their infectious new double A-side single; ‘Woodstock69’ is a summery blast of upbeat pop, with a delicious country twist, whilst ‘Leave Me Hanging On’ is a cool cross between Taylor Swift and Sheryl Crow. Together, they’re the latest taste of the band’s fresh and exciting take on the sounds of Nashville.

The Buckleys recent US highlights include a performance on The ACM Weekly, Radio Disney Country adding their single ‘I'm Comin' For Ya (Love)’, and CMT Music USA including their video ‘Breathe’ on rotation. The band created a groundswell in their home country with each of their four released singles charting in the Top Five of Australian country radio. Their first single, ‘Daydream’, catapulted the trio into the limelight, scoring a #1 single on Australian country radio, followed by second single, ‘I’m Comin’ For Ya (Love)’, which reached #3. Their worldwide debut single, ‘Money’, reached #2, and its follow up ‘Breathe’ #3.

Globally, the band has penetrated each continent with their groundbreaking world virtual tour this summer, achieving a ‘virtual reach’ of more than 4.5 million. Their world virtual tour was developed in conjunction with Live Nation and the band’s record label, Petrol Records, and US label, Ume. These shows were streamed globally and each one focused on a specific territory including North America, Latin America, Asia, Europe, India, the Middle East, Australia, New Zealand and South Africa, on Live Nation’s Live From Home platform, on House of Blues’ socials, as well as on Live Nation’s partners (BookMyShow, Mojo Concerts, Big Concerts) social platforms.

Purveyors of what they call“Hippie Country”– a genre representing the infectious personality and spirited conscience that the band maintains through these tough times – these three young artists, Sarah 20, Lachlan 19 and Molly 17, have received widespread transcontinental praise in the media as well for their refreshingly exciting brand of rootsy pop. American Songwriter lauded, "Every so often, something special comes along. Something so cool and authentic that the world has no choice but to sit up and take notice. The Buckleys are that special something."Guitar World pointed out their“infectious, feel-good hooks”,while The Honey Pop described them as a"blend of Country, Pop, Indie and Americana with a sprinkle of Fleetwood Mac."SPIN, LA Weekly, Billboard, Parklife DC, Twangville, The Tinnitist, and SiriusXM among others have also showered the band with praise.

Working with an impressive line-up of established country writers, including Emily Shackelton (Carly Peace), JT Harding (Blake Shelton, Keith Urban), Marty Dodson (Kenny Chesney) and Jennifer Hanson (Billy Currington), and GRAMMY Award-winning engineer and producer Chad Carlson (Trisha Yearwood, Taylor Swift, Lady A), who also produced the album,Daydreamdraws on the siblings’ tight family roots plus their natural ability to write memorable melodies and hooks. Songs like the country balladry of ‘Til You Can’t Go Back’ and the cool grooves of ‘Feeling The Love’ and the Motown-ish ‘Glad You Did’ show the band's diversity for songwriting.

“When the three of us get together, we love putting smiles on peoples’ faces and seeing them dancing and having a great time,”says Sarah.“Music is so powerful and making people happy and making memories is definitely a place that we want to be.”