Collateral Release New Single “Just One Of Those Days” And New Album “Should’ve Known Better

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“Just One Of Those Days” is the third single taken from the band’s sophomore album “Shouldn’t Known Better.” Both the single and album are released by Big Shot Records on Friday May 24th.

The CD and vinyl editions of the album are available to order from and 

The band will celebrate the release of the new single and album by performing tracks from the new album at their Album Launch Party Concert at The Underworld in London on Sunday May 26th. Tickets available HERE.  If you would like to attend, review, or photograph the concert, email me.

British four-piece rock band Collateral are pleased to release “Just One Of Those Days” the second single
taken from their highly anticipated sophomore album Should’ve Known Better. The single, accompanied
with an official music video, is released by Big Shot Records on the same day of the album, Friday 24th May.
The single is available on all streaming platforms from
The album is available on red vinyl, picture disc, CD and digital, and distributed worldwide by Cargo
Records Direct from and Cargo Records Direct.
“Just One Of Those Days” is available with the new album on all streaming platforms HERE. The official
music video for “Just One Of Those Days” is available to watch on YouTube HERE.
“Just One Of Those Days” and the new album Should’ve Known Better is produced by Dan Weller (Those
Damn Crows, Elles Bailey, Enter Shikari, Monster Truck, Kris Barras).
To celebrate the release of the new album, Collateral will perform an Album Release Party Concert at The
Underworld in London on Sunday May 26th. Tickets are available from
Collateral will also embark on an Instore Signing Tour that will see them perform a 30-minute acoustic set
at Some Nice Things in Margate at 2pm on Saturday May 25th
, Raven in Camden Town, London at 1pm on
Tuesday May 28th
, Rough Trade in Bristol at 6.30pm on Wednesday May 29th, and Beyond Vinyl in
Newcastle at 6pm on Thursday May 30th
“I’d love nothing more than to be on an open road, top down, sun on skin and the wind in my hair whilst
blaring this out,” says Collateral’s frontman, Angelo Tristan. “It was always intended to be the soundtrack
of any route 66 trip. “What I really hope is for people to find happiness in this, I’m just trying to make what
may seem like a bad day, turning out to be a good one. It’s perfect if you’re having Just One Of Those Days.”
Since the band released their eponymous debut album (Top 5 UK Rock Album Chart) at the start of 2020
Collateral have spent no time standing still. COVID came only weeks after the debut album was released
and forced the band to cancel their highly successful tour with Phil X (Bon Jovi) halfway through. This made
the band hungry to keep the momentum. With innovative ways to produce top quality live streams, the
band became special guests supporting the likes of Skid Row, H.E.A.T and Reckless Love.

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