Day 21

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Day 21
Origin England
Genres Punk rock
Years active 2008-2011
Associated acts Sham 69, The Prodigy, Towers of London

Day 21 were an English punk rock group, led by Jimmy Pursey.

On 21 January 2008, Pursey announced that, due to ongoing confusion to fans, he would no longer be associated with the name Sham 69, and that his new band would perform under the name, Day 21.[1]

The new band played their debut gig at Clockwork Marmalade, and frontman Pursey was backed by Mat Sargent (also from Sham 69) on bass, The Rev (The Prodigy and Towers of London) on guitar, and Snell (Towers of London) on drums.[2]

In 2011 Pursey disbanded DAY 21 and reformed the original line-up of Sham 69.[3]