UK ROCK CREW REVEAL NEW SINGLE FROM FORTHCOMING EP!
High-rated Brit alt-rockers DEAD REYNOLDS have just dropped their superb new single and video, By Your Side, https://youtu.be/MZ5mSoJNpZE. The track is prised from the band’s forthcoming sophomore EP, Frontier, which is out on Friday 19th June.
Hailing from East Anglia, DEAD REYNOLDS pull from the punchy delivery of Frank Carter, the vigor of Alter Bridge and the melodic astuteness of Deaf Havana, to set free a slew of anthemic melodies, crunching alt-rock riffery and mesmerizing pop-punk. The five-piece introduced themselves at the end of 2018, and ever since then, the UK tunesmiths have won over a plethora of new fans and industry tastemakers.
DEAD REYNOLDS hit the ground running and their debut single, Dust, was instantly playlisted on Kerrang! Radio, and the video racked up airtime on Kerrang! TV and Scuzz TV. A UK tour soon followed with Tom Lumley & the Brave Liaison. In addition, their follow-up single, Pieces, which was pioneered by Johnny Doom, gained notable radio plays and was playlisted on Kerrang! Radio. The video was also rotated on Scuzz TV. Last summer, the band released their debut five track EP, Souls; the EP’s namesake Souls was also released as a single in the Autumn. Souls went on to pick up widespread praise and was playlisted by Kerrang! Radio. DEAD REYNOLDS ended the year as the main support to Deaf Havana at their sold-out homecoming show, playing alongside Mallory Knox for their album launch show, and supporting their old tour friends Tom Lumley and The Brave Liaison.
The ascending fivesome have continued their surge with the release of their stunning new single, By Your Side. The track has already been playlisted by Johnny Doom’s Kerrang! Radio show and the band’s forthcoming EP, Frontier, showcases the group’s growing maturity and undeniable progress. The band comment on the EP: “The tracks have all been really organic in their development, the initial ideas coming from acoustic guitar and all the band members playing a part in shaping them up to what you hear now. Frontier is a divide, a natural line, an intent to go forward, achieve, be brave and push the boundaries in ourselves musically and explore new ideas.” With a number of tour dates planned for later this year, latch onto DEAD REYNOLDS now before they take flight.