The original band included Liam O'Brien, Gala Hutton on bass with and a singer named Joe. Hutton left to attend college and was replaced by Ray Lowry. Hutton later rejoined the band as vocalist towards the end of 1986, replacing Joe. Gerry Farrell on drums completed the lineup. Azure Days finished as finalists in the Carling / Hot Press Band of the Year competition in 1986 and won the following year in June 1987. They relocated to Dublin in 1987. Their excellent debut single came out in November. The band toured Ireland November 5-27 in support.
The band recorded four Fanning sessions, including the track "Pale Green Visions" circa 1988. Unreleased demo tracks include "Sweetest Chain".
Azure Days relocated to London but their career never took off. They slimmed down to
a trio without O'Brien at some point. They returned to Ireland in 1991 and promptly split up.
Ray Lowry and Gerry Farrell were later in The Floors.
Gala Hutton later featured in 79Cortinaz, The Trains
and Sugar Factory.
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