Rock act The Plastic Day released their debut album, 30 Seconds Between The Dreamer And The Realist, on May 12. I was fortunate enough to receive a digital promo copy of the album a few days ago (thank you! should’ve written about them sooner, but I’ve been much busier than usual…) and have been listening to it a lot since. It’s one of those albums that just grow on with every listen, and with the heavy instrumentation I’m sure they’re even better experienced live. Most of us don’t have that opportunity though, so for now I’d suggest a visit to MySpace to hear them out. Especially recommended is I miss me myself, and for something more energetic Storm.
Soon there’ll be more about The Plastic Day at Indieful ROK, but for now you can read more on the band at Mongdori or in any of the pieces written by Shawn: Korea Gig Guide; Groove Korea; Smashing Mag.