There’s Also A New Release Date For Their Debut Album

‘Nothing To Declare’ has a real early indie vibe to it, with a dose of The Reyton’s special touch

Today was supposed to be the release date for The Reytons’ debut album, ‘Kids Off The Estate’ but unfortunately, they’ve had to push it back due to an unforeseen factory error resulting in the album’s new release date now having to be 12th November 2021. Instead, they’ve delivered a new single which is taken from the album, and is titled ‘Nothing To Declare’.

The single has a vibe of early 2000’s indie, with the bright guitars throughout the verses, but then the chorus hits and it’s everything which makes The Reytons one of the best bands around at the moment. The track tells a tale that is a reflection of growing up on an estate, something people up and down the country will be able to associate with. The sense of honesty and relatability that features in their tracks is exactly why so many people love them. Not only is it relatable, but it’s catchy, so as with all their tracks, the chorus will be belted out by fans when it’s played live.

The distinct vocals from Jonny are part of what make the band as special as they are, it’s rough and raw, no polishing applied and it fits the genre perfectly. Paired with the in your face guitars, the chest pounding drums and bass and the on stage attitudes of each member and you have the perfect combination for a lively, successful indie band.

It’s been milestone after milestone for the band, and they are quickly making their way onto the radars of everyone in the music industry. Selling out a 2,100 cap Academy 1 show in Sheffield t in under 6 days, with Leeds and Manchester quickly following suit shows just where this band are heading. They’ve also performed incredible sets at some of the best and biggest festivals, including incredible sets at this years Tramlines Festival, as well as a breathtaking set in Warrington for Neighbourhood Weekender. All you ahem to do is look at their upcoming tour to realise they are on to big things, as all bar two venues are completely sold out, and that includes shows up and down the country.

24 September – Sheffield, o2 Academy (SOLD OUT)
27 September – London, Underworld
29 September – Stoke, Sugarmill (SOLD OUT)
30 September – Leeds, Stylus  (SOLD OUT)
1 October – Newcastle, Riverside (SOLD OUT)
5 October – Edinburgh, Caves (SOLD OUT)
7 October – Glasgow, SWG3 (SOLD OUT)
9 October – Nottingham, Rescue Rooms (SOLD OUT)
12 October – Leicester, o2 Academy 2
14 October – London, Powerhaus  (SOLD OUT)
15 October – Norwich, Waterfront Studio (SOLD OUT)
16 October – Birmingham, o2 Institute 2 (SOLD OUT)
19 October – Bristol, Rough Trade (SOLD OUT)
20 October – Brighton, Green Door Store  (SOLD OUT)
21 October – Southampton, Joiners (SOLD OUT)
22 October – Nottingham, Rescue Rooms (SOLD OUT)
24 October – Aberdeen, Tunnels  (SOLD OUT)
27 October – Liverpool, Jimmy’s (SOLD OUT)
28 October – Manchester, Academy 2  (SOLD OUT)
29 October – Sheffield, o2 Academy  (SOLD OUT)

With the quartet gearing up to the milestone release of their debut record, ‘Nothing To Declare’ is a noteworthy reminder of the mammoth body of work they have crafted. Speaking about ‘Kids Off The Estate’ The Reytons say, “We’re really looking forward to the album, not just because it’s our debut, but because the release date marks the start of our tour and we can go back to doing what we love! “ You can support the band by pre-ordering their incredible debut album from their website!