Meet our new ‘FRIENDS’: An Exclusive Interview with LAUNDRY DAY
Check out this exclusive footage from our interview with LAUNDRY DAY, hosted by Ilana Epstein and Molly Lindstrom!
LAUNDRY DAY was formed in 2018 by five friends from Beacon High School, located in Manhattan, NY. The band consists of Sawyer Nunes (vocals and guitar), Jude Ciulla (vocals), Henry Weingartner (guitar), Etai Abramovich (drums) and Henry Pearl (bass). Their debut album, Trumpet Boy, was released during just their sophomore year of high school, followed by Keep It Bright three months later. During their junior year, the group released Homesick in 2019. This album was recorded partially from their bedrooms, but also co-produced with BROCKHAMPTON member Romil Hemnani. The final song on this album, “FRIENDS”, was used to close the Season 3 finale of Netflix’s “On My Block”.
Late 2019 was also filled with performances for LAUNDRY DAY. The band made an appearance at Austin City Limits Music Festival in October, and in November at Tyler The Creater’s Camp Flag Gnaw Festival. LAUNDRY DAY also played as the opening act for The 1975’s A Brief Inquiry Into Online Relationships Tour in North America, and opened for Clairo’s European leg of her Immunity tour in December 2019.
Since graduating high school, the group’s first major label album We Switched Bodies was released in February 2022. Their newest single, “We All Gotta Find A Reason” came out on April 23rd this year, just 40 hours before our interview!