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In My Days


I have time for one more interview before the day’s end...

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 PHOTO CREDIT: Matthew Halangk

so I have been speaking with In My Days about their new single, Counting Up the Nights, and how it came together. They talk to me about their formation and the sort of music that influences them; which approaching artist they need to get behind and what is top of their Christmas wish-lists.

I ask the guys if there are any albums especially important to them and whether there are tour dates coming up; what advice they’d give to rising musicians and whether they get chance to relax away from music.


Hi, guys. How are you? How has your week been?

Hey, there. We’re really fine, thanks. This week has been great so far. We have spent lots of time in the studio composing new tracks. What about you?

For those new to your music; can you introduce yourselves, please?

We are In My Days; an Indie-Pop band from Magdeburg, Germany.

Counting Up the Nights is new. Is there a story behind it?

Counting Up the Nights describes an exciting journey into the unknown, combined with the feeling of coming home. Like being caught in a time loop with an unattainable destination but still holding onto dreams.

How did In My Days get together? Did you bond over similar musical tastes?

We have been friends since childhood and started playing in a band at school. That sound was horrible. Fortunately, we have improved ourselves a bit. Haha.

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In terms of music; which artists are you drawn to?

Bastille, Coldplay, Alt-J and many more. 

Might we see more material coming next year?

Yes, definitely. We are going to release a new single in spring 2019.

As Christmas is coming; what one present would you each like if you could have anything?

Dennis: It’s time for a new piano.

Charly: Cool boots for the stage.

Tino: Some friends.

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Do you already have plans for 2019?

Yeah, we are going to play a tour in several German cities in February. After that, we’re planning to release some new tracks. 

Have you got a favourite memory from your time in music so far – the one that sticks in the mind?

This summer, we really enjoyed playing on a huge stage in front of more than 10,000 people.

Which one album means the most to each of you would you say (and why)?

Dennis: Fenech-SolerZilla. Every track has its own story of wonderful moments. I have to thank these boys for those nice tracks.

Charly: In My DaysDream Out Loud. Maybe it’s stupid to choose my own album but it has been a crazy experience composing and recording it.

Tino: There are too many tracks/albums that inspire me.

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What advice would you give to new artists coming through?

Compose some tracks (maybe four-five), record them; play some newcomer contests and never stop being ambitious.

Do you have tour dates coming up? Where can we catch you play?

We do. We are going on the Dream Out Loud Tour - February 7th in Berlin; 8th in Cologne; 9th in Brunswick and on 10th in Hamburg.



Are there any new artists you recommend we check out?

Arionce is a pretty cool band from Berlin.

Do you get much time to chill away from music? How do you unwind?

No, not really. At the moment, we don’t want to chill away because we have to do exciting university stuff.

Finally, and for being good sports; you can each choose a song and I’ll play it here (not any of your music - I will do that).

Dennis: Empire of the SunHigh and Low

Charly: Amber RunI Found

Tino: Willie NelsonOn the Road Again

Thanks for having us,

Dennis, Charly & Tino.


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