“Look up, there’s a new star in the British rock firmament… the mix of subtlety and swagger makes this a killer debut album” KERRANG! KKKK
“…Eclipse has been worth the wait…punchy choruses, crisp phrasing and a sense of melody that will see them climbing up festival bills all summer long.” CLASSIC ROCK
Devonshire rock trio Reigning Days have firmly cemented themselves as one of the best new British rock bands on the scene with their debut album ‘Eclipse’.
Having just celebrated its release last month with a headline show at London’s Nambucca, Reigning Days have now announced they are returning to 2000 Trees Festival this year to play the Axiom Stage on Thursday 12th, joining the likes of At The Drive In, Arcane Roots, Black Peaks and many more.
They will also be appearing at The Great Escape in Brighton and Exeter’s Biggest Weekend Fringe later this month, as well as the Wheels & Fins festival in September.
Highly praised by the likes of Kerrang! and Classic Rock, Eclipse has launched Reigning Days to new heights, after planting a firm foundation with their 2016 Reigning Days EP which landed them a deal with Marshall Records.
‘Gravity’ was the first single from the album and spent 10 consecutive weeks on Planet Rock’s playlist, shooting straight on to Kerrang’s Rock Chart. The second single ‘Inhaler’ followed to rave reviews with Daniel P Carter championing it on the Radio 1 Rock Show, The Guardian Guide tweeting about its “chunky rock riffage”, Team Rock including it in their Tracks of the Week and Kerrang Radio’s Alex Baker stating that it “cements them as one of the great promising British bands”
Reigning Days now release album highlight Boy Who Cried Wolf, which Kerrang! Magazine described as “atmospheric a delicately crafted chorus to kill for”.
REIGNING DAYS LIVE DATESThu 17th May – The Great Escape Festival, Brighton (The Autonomy Stage)
Thu 17th May – The Great Escape Festival, Brighton (The Autonomy Stage)
Sun 20th May – The Biggest Weekend Fringe, Exeter (The Phoenix)
Thu 12th July – 2000 Trees, Cheltenham (The Axiom Stage)
Sun 9th September – Wheels and Fins festival, Kent (main stage)