NEW ALBUM : The Reytons heading for first UK number 1 with ‘What’s Rock and Roll?’


“Certified indie bangers!” – Jack Saunders, BBC Radio 1 “Becoming the biggest indie band in the UK” – Nels Hylton, BBC Radio 1
“A band who are really hard to ignore!” – Steve Lamacq,
BBC Radio 6
“All their tunes are enormous!” – Rich Wolfenden, Radio X

Releasing 100% independently, with no label backing, The Reytons released their second album on 20th January 2023. Now sat in top spot at the midweek chart count, Rotherham lads Jonny Yerrell, Joe O’Brien, Lee Holland and Jamie Todd are gunning for number one, with an army of loyal fans behind them.

Since the release of their debut album ‘Kids Off The Estate’ in November 2021, The Reytons have gone from strength to strength, the word of mouth sensation spreading like wildfire throughout the UK. The band now boast an impressive 1,200,000+ monthly listeners on Spotify, however this online popularity is far from superficial. Over 18,000 fans saw the band live on their huge sold out UK tour last Autumn, including landmark dates at Glasgow’s Barrowland Ballroom, London’s Electric Ballroom and Nottingham’s Rock City, to name just a few.

It doesn’t stop there though – the South Yorkshire lads have recently announced a huge headline show at Sheffield’s 13,500 capacity Utilita Arena and, with over 75% of tickets sold over the first weekend of general sale, they look to be on their way to being only the second truly unsigned band to sell it out. With their headline prowess and popularity at festivals across the world this year (including the likes of NBHD Weekender, Y Not Festival and Benicassim), 2023 is set to be one to remember for the band.

Setting The Reytons apart from the competition is their fiercely independent approach to the way they work. The band channel their working class grit and determination to overcome every obstacle thrown at them. Aided by the masses of loyal fans, no achievement is out of reach. Can The Reytons pull it off?

15 Minutes In The Algorithm
Love In Transaction
Little Bastards
Cash In Hand & Fake IDs
One More Reason
Monthly Subscription
It’s A Fuck About

● Over 1.2 million monthly listeners on Spotify
● Over 75% of Sheffield Arena tickets sold in first weekend
● Sold out 4,500 capacity Magna, Rotherham headline in only 10 hours
● Over 18,000 tickets sold for ‘Uninvited’ UK Tour in November/December 2022
● Over 22,000 units sold of ‘Kids Off The Estate’ debut album in UK, released in November 2021, charted at 11th in week one.
● Over 55 Million Catalogue streams to date (Spotify, Apple, Amazon)

Thu 16 Mar 2023 – Oxford Art Factory, Sydney AUS – 500 Cap NEW SHOW
Fri 17 Mar 2023 – Stay Gold, Melbourne AUS – 450 Cap NEW SHOW
Sat 18 Mar 2023 – Super Fun Day Fest, Brisbane AUS NEW SHOW
Sat 30 Sep 2023 – Utilita Arena, Sheffield – 13,500 Cap NEW SHOW
Sat 5 Nov 2022 – Keele SU, Stoke SOLD OUT
Fri 11 Nov 2022 – Rock City, Nottingham SOLD OUT
Sat 12 Nov 2022 – Waterfront, Norwich SOLD OUT
Fri 18 Nov 2022 – Kasbah, Coventry SOLD OUT
Sat 19 Nov 2022 – Tramshed, Cardiff SOLD OUT
Thu 24 Nov 2022 – Barrowlands, Glasgow SOLD OUT
Fri 25 Nov 2022 – Empire, Middlesbrough SOLD OUT
Sat 26 Nov 2022 – O2 Academy, Leeds SOLD OUT
Thu 1 Dec 2022 – O2 Academy, Liverpool SOLD OUT
Fri 2 Dec 2022 – O2 Ritz, Manchester SOLD OUT
Sat 3 Dec 2022 – NX, Newcastle SOLD OUT
Fri 9 Dec 2022 – Chalk, Brighton SOLD OUT
Sat 10 Dec 2022 – Electric Ballroom, London SOLD OUT

Sat 18 Mar 2023 – Super Fun Day Fest, Brisbane, AUS
Sun 30 Apr 2023 – Teddy Rocks, Dorset, UK
Sat 20 May 2023 – Mallorca Live, Magaluf ESP
Sat 27 May 2023 – In It Together Fest, Port Talbot, UK
Sun 28 May 2023 – NBHD Weekender, Warrington, UK
Thu 15 June 2023 – Bergenfest, Bergen, NOR
Sat 17 June 2023 – Isle of Wight Festival, Isle of Wight, UK
Sat 15 July 2023 – Benicassim, Barcelona, ESP
Fri 28 July 2023 – Y Not Festival, Derbyshire, UK

More to be added post announcement…

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