REVIEW album The Project Best Days

Beachy Vibes And Pop-Rock Sounds: The Project Unleashes 'Best Days'

Best Days

The Project

California’s stunning beaches, sunny skies, and laid-back lifestyle have long been a source of inspiration for musicians and artists alike. And now, a new rock supergroup from LA is bringing the classic Cali sound to the world with their highly-anticipated debut album, ‘Best Days’. Davis, previously known for his work with the award-winning band Shameless, has created a non-stop, feel-good ride through the worlds of classic hard rock and pop rock with his new project.

‘Best Days’ features an all-star lineup, including Davis himself on lead guitar, Shameless vocalist Jeff Plant, and Pump5 drummer Andre Bonter. And that’s just the beginning – The Project has hinted at even more surprise members to be announced in the coming months. The lead single and title track, ‘Best Days’, is a testament to the band’s incredible talent and range. From the opening drum fill, it’s clear that this is a song that pulls from all corners of the rock world.

With vocals reminiscent of bands like Black Sabbath and guitar riffs that could have come straight out of a Smashing Pumpkins record, ‘Best Days’ is a true throwback with modern production finesse. The album was recorded at Arrowhead West Studio in Rancho Cucamonga, California, and produced by Dennis Hill, who has worked with notable acts like Face to Face and Sammy Hagar. Co-produced and engineered by Steven Barnett of Pump5, and mixed and mastered by Mike Troolines, the album is a true collaboration of rock industry professionals. The result? An irresistible blend of head-banging, fist-pumping rock and catchy pop hooks. Tracks like ‘Best Days’ and others on the album showcase The Project’s ability to seamlessly fuse different genres and create a unique sound that is sure to resonate with audiences worldwide. So, whether you’re a fan of good old-fashioned rock done right or the irresistible pull of California’s beach culture, The Project’s ‘Best Days’ has something for everyone – this is one album you won’t want to miss. It’s time to grab your sunblock, hit the beach, and get ready to rock out to The Project’s infectious tunes.