The Day I Snapped is an alternative/punk rock band from Glasgow, Scotland. Formed in late 2000, the members include Alan Easton on lead vocals and guitar, guitarist Richie Bradford, drummer Craig Brennan and bassist Andy McFarlane. From 2003 to 2006, bass guitar duties were handled by former Regency Buck and Baby Chaos frontman Chris Gordon, now with Union of Knives. The Day I Snapped has played numerous live gigs including the 2002 T in the Park festival and opening spots at sold-out shows in two of Scotland's most prestigious venues: Glasgow's Scottish Exhibition and Conference Centre with The Offspring and at the Barrowland Ballroom with The All-American Rejects. They have also appeared with Story of the Year, Nick Oliveri's Mondo Generator, Jackson United, Sense Field, Bowling for Soup, Pretty Girls Make Graves, Billy Talent, and The Lawrence Arms. Over its six-year history the Snapped have made various recordings, all produced and engineered by ex-bassist Chris Gordon, which helped the band members develop their style and resulted in airplay on BBC Radio 1 including a live session on the Vic and Gill show in 2003. The bands debut album, Hooked on Disaster, was released on October 30, 2006 on Lockjaw records. In August 2010 work was completed on their as yet unreleased 2nd album entitled "Tales of Ordinary Madness"