|Label / Release||Type||Year|
|By Your Side||Single||2020|
Dead Reynolds – Callum, Luke, Ben, Dom & Luke. Hailing from East Anglia. Mixing Alternative Rock and Pop punk with anthemic melodies and un-expected twists, Dead Reynolds formed in Oct 2018, but all the band members knew each other from previous musical interests and playing on the local Cambridge and Peterborough music scene.
The band have seen fast growing following with their latest singles "By Your Side" and "Lines" as they prepared to release their EP Frontier that will feature live favourites “PS” and “Bright Lights”
2020 proves to be a busy year with festivals already lining up and more new music to be made.
The band wrote a number of new songs straight away and released the single “Dust” which was playlisted on Kerrang! Radio and made no 7 in the Radio Indie Alliance chart and was also single of the week for Local Distortion. The video was featured on Kerrang! TV and ScuzzTV.
The band gained recognition by taking the bold step of booking a 12 date UK tour to promote new material in Nov 2018, this took in local cities but also saw the band venturing further afield with Tom Lumley and the Brave Liaison and from this signed a new record deal with Fort records and Management deal with Crescendo Music Management.
The band released their next single “Pieces” in March 2019 which gained notable radio plays and was play listed on Kerrang! Radio, being pioneered by Johnny Doom. The video was shot underground in the caverns of a historic building In Lings Lynn and was featured on Scuzz Tv as well as a radio stations in USA/Australia and Europe. Pieces also made no 6 of the Radio Indie Alliance charts and was single of the week for BBC radio Cambridgeshire.
The band released a 5 track EP “Souls” in July recorded and produced by Jack Murphy at Crystal Sounds Studio. This collaboration sees the band explore different styles and bring in a more riff-based element to the music. Live shows are a massive part of the band’s DNA and already in 2019.
Dead Reynolds have played main support to Deaf Havana at their sold-out homecoming show to 1000 people and Mallory Knox for their album launch show at Cambridge Junction. In addition, Dead Reynolds supported their old tour friends Tom Lumley and The Brave Liaison at their This Feeling show in Cambridge. Playing a number of festivals including headlining the Soap Box festival in Norfolk and supporting Mark Morriss of the Blue Tones in a Cathedral were major highlights as well as playing main support to Austin Gold at Stamford Corn Exchange.
The third single from the EP “Souls” released on 31 st October celebrates a year of the band with a montage video that documents the many sides of the band and really encompasses the live show, fun loving and energy the band have.