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Seize the Day (band)

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Seize The Day are a folk band from the United Kingdom. They specialise in protest songs, and have supported many environmental campaigns across the world. History Seize The Day were founded in 1997 by singer-songwriters Theo Simon and Shannon Smy, to celebrate and inspire the country's environmental movement. The band has grown to include between five and eight members. The band have played annually at the Glastonbury Festival, including the main stage in 1998, as well as The Green Gathering every year since the band formed. They have also played at many other Folk Festivals, including Cambridge, Towersey, Sidmouth, Ely and Stainsby. They also regularly perform at other festivals including Buddhafield, Off Grid, and Permaculture Gatherings. Because of their radical lyrics and songs, and their commitment to acting on their beliefs, they have also developed a wide following among grass-roots campaigners, playing at a large number of benefit gigs and protest meetings. In 20
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