Days is Brother James’s new album. It follows "Lack", the debut album published in 2000 by the German label "Fiction.Friction", now named "Second records" and distributed in Italy by the coolest Italian indie label "Gammapop". The result is a thirty minute long work with five new tracks and two covers (Lou Reed's – Kill Your Sons and Bob Dylan's – One Two Many Mornings). Math-rock with an essential, skinny and rough sound. Days carries on the work started with Lack, trying to reach a sound as much a personal and free from schemes and models sound.