These Reigning Days ready to roll into Bideford.
HAVING started their gigging career just eight months ago, Devon-based three-piece These Reigning Days is a polished signed band with a distinctive 80s influence who will be seeking to win over yet more fans at the Palladium Club in Bideford on Friday, with support from local bands Captal plus Daniel Adam.
The new single follows the release of a successful debut in Changes, which received glowing reviews and was play listed at regional and specialist radio stations across the UK.
Fronted by the former lead singer songwriter of The Quails, Dan Steer’s new band have been honing their brand of synth layered indie-rock with top producer Yoad Nevo of Pet Shop Boys, Duran Duran, Girls Aloud and Goldfrapp fame as they work towards the release of a debut album this summer.
“It’s very different to anything I’ve done before,” said Dan. “It combines a fusion of indie-rock with a subtle electro twist, but also with some deep and dark moments.”
Having established a reputation as a stunning live band, These Reigning Days were one of only 20 bands from around the world to be invited to appear at MUSEXPO in Hollywood in April. Past MUSEXPO showcase artists who have been launched onto the global stage as a result of appearing at the event include Katy Perry, LMFAO, Jessie J, The Temper Trap and One Night Only.
These Reigning Days preceded their appearance at MUSEXPO by performing showcases at the coveted Worldwide Radio Summit in Los Angeles on April 27th and 28th, which brings together hundreds of radio ‘influencers’ from around the world.
Don’t miss this rising star on the scene. Entry is £3 and doors open at 8pm.