WDFD Records Ltd are delighted to announce that Midlands-based rock band THEIA have been featured by Planet Rock in their “Ones to Watch” feature.

Author Scott Colothan writes, “Musically a tight-knit unit with an unwavering eye for powerful chugging riffs, ripping bass and pummeling drums….THEIA seem to nail it every time.

Already in their short career, the trio have released two studio albums – ‘Take The Pill’ in September 2015 that served as a showcase for their embryonic talents to their rapturously-received follow-up ‘Back In Line’ in spring 2017 – and they’ve toured relentlessly taking in a mixture of headline, support and festival shows across the UK including Hard Rock Hell X.

Unafraid to tackle hard-hitting issues, last December THEIA premiered the lyric video for ‘Back In Line’ offshoot ‘Just Go’; an emotionally wrought track based around the subject of date rape, the video also uses public testimonies from victims. 100% of proceeds from downloads of the track are split equally between RapeCrisis and RACPA.”

Looking forward to the rest of 2018, singer Kyle says: “2018 looks like it is going to be our best year yet.  The launchpad is Planet Rock’s Winter’s End which will be a milestone gig for us, and we are so excited to be playing there. A new album has been largely written, and we have a string of gigs booked throughout the year with more to follow. We hope to meet lots of people along the way. It’s a journey, not a race, and we aim to enjoy every minute and make sure that those who come along have an equally good time.”

Upcoming shows:

18th March The Station, Cannock with Massive Wagons
23rd March Empire, Rochdale with A Jokers Rage
7th April The Rigger, Stoke
20th April The Key Club, Leeds with Chasing Dragons
21st April Glasgow with Last Great Dreamers
22nd April The Queen Vic, South Shields with Chasing Dragons
24th April Eleven club, Stoke with Chasing Dragons
25th April Black Heart, London with Chasing Dragons
26th April Bar 42, Worthing with Chasing Dragons
27th April Creature Sound, Swansea with Chasing Dragons
28th April The Station, Cannock with Chasing Dragons
5/6 May NLC Festival, The Maze, Nottingham
18th May The Sitwell Tavern, Derby
27th May DementiaFest, Giffard Arms, Wolverhampton
16th June Hard Rockin’ Love Livin’ Festival, Eleven, Stoke
23rd June Wildfire Festival, Scotland
14th July SOS Festival, Manchester (Acoustic)
4th August The Flowerpot, Derby with Metal Fatigue
26th August Giff-Fest, Wolverhampton
15th September Claptrap, Stourbridge
22nd September The Station, Cannock with Fragile Things/Beth Blade
7th October Four Sticks Festival, New Cross Inn, London

https://rocknloadmag.com/album-review/will-wilde-bring-home-album-review/

 

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