Following the release of their acclaimed debut EP last year, ‘Gravity’ sees Reigning Days launch into the next chapter of their career. The first track to be taken from their forthcoming album Eclipse, which was recorded at Abbey Road Studios, it’s a tantalizing taste of what’s to come.
Channeling anthemic rock sounds reminiscent of Biffy Clyro and Royal Blood, the track features indie-inspired riffs with punchy, gritty basslines and enthralling vocals, which combine into an absolutely colossal climax.
The Devonshire three-piece, comprised of Dan Steer, Jonny Finnis and Joe Sansome, were one of the highlights at 2016’s The Great Escape festival and have played support slots for the likes of Lower Than Atlantis, Enter Shikari and Feeder as well as headlining their own shows across the country.
Their previous releases have earned them radio support from the likes of Radio 1, Kerrang! Radio, Planet Rock and more, and they are now set to take their gargantuan sound to the next level in the New Year.
“Reigning Days are writing music that’s SO good, it sounds like they’ve been a band for years and they’re already doing stadium tours.” – Alex Baker, Kerrang! Radio
“Rarely in the field of muscular rock has such promise been exhibited” – Music Week
“Having already made waves last year, Reigning Days are clearly aiming to take a big bite out of 2018” – Kerrang Magazine
“Pitched somewhere between Royal Blood and Guns N Roses [they] make a noise so big and terrifying that we’ve had to relocate the magazine to a bigger, more robust office. Devastatingly epic!” – Classic Rock