She Drove Me to Daytime Television/Bullet Theory

"She Drove Me to Daytime Television" is a song by Welsh post-hardcore band Funeral for a Friend. It was originally released on the band's EP Four Ways to Scream Your Name. In the US it was released on their hybrid-EP Seven Ways to Scream Your Name, a combination of the Four Ways to Scream Your Name and Between Order and Model EPs. The song also appeared on FFAF's debut LP, Casually Dressed & Deep in Conversation.

"She Drove Me to Daytime Television/ Bullet Theory"
Single by Funeral for a Friend
from the album Casually Dressed & Deep in Conversation
Released15 September 2003 (Digital Release) / 6 October 2003 (Physical Release)
GenrePost-hardcore, screamo
Length3:34
LabelMighty Atom
Songwriter(s)Funeral for a Friend
Producer(s)Colin Richardson and Funeral for a Friend
Funeral for a Friend singles chronology
"Juneau"
(2003)
"She Drove Me to Daytime Television" / "Bullet Theory"
(2003)
"Escape Artists Never Die"
(2004)

"She Drove Me to Daytime TV" was then released as a "double A-side" on the 6 October 2003; its sister release was "Bullet Theory". It reached #20 in the UK Singles Chart.

The promotional video showed the band playing normally with frequent X-ray-like views of the band members as the camera "flies" through them. Whereas the promotional video for Bullet Theory introduced the faceless characters who are digging in the sand on a beach looking for a chest with a mask/face in it.

Track listingEdit

Bullet Theory Digital DownloadEdit

  1. "Bullet Theory"
  2. "Interview (Video)"
  3. "Bullet Theory (Video)"

She Drove Me To Daytime Television Pt.1Edit

  1. "She Drove Me To Daytime Television"
  2. "Bullet Theory (Clean version)"
  3. "The System (Far cover) [Live at Radio One Station]"
  4. "She Drove Me To Daytime Television (Video)"

Bullet Theory Pt.2Edit

  1. "Bullet Theory
  2. "She Drove Me To Daytime Television [BBC Wales Session]"
  3. "Juneau [BBC Wales Session]"
  4. "Bullet Theory (Video)"

She Drove Me To Daytime Television/Bullet Theory 7" VinylEdit

  1. "She Drove Me To Daytime Television"
  2. "Bullet Theory"

CoversEdit

English band Fightstar covered the song "She Drove Me to Daytime Television", including it as a B-Side on their Hazy Eyes single[1]

NotesEdit

  1. ^ "Fightstar - Hazy Eyes (CD, Single )". Discogs. Retrieved 3 Feb 2019.