We had a chat with The Reytons as the release of their debut album Kids Off The Estate has cements their place as one of the UK’s most exciting and explosive acts
There isn’t much that can be said about raucous South Yorkshire act The Reytons that would do justice to their anthemic, no bullshit sound. The outfit create music that is tailor made for explosive and riotous live shows, and when we say explosive, we mean e x p l o s i v e. With a real sense of working class grit, relatable lyrics that paint vivid pictures of modern life, and a relentless work ethic that has seen the outfit become renowned as one of the nations revered and most exciting live bands, The Reytons feel like an outfit set to smash through the ceiling and beyond.
2021 has seen the release of their eagerly awaited debut album Kids Off The Estate, providing further evidence to the boundless potential of the band, and arming them with more sonic ammunition for their chaotic shows. Along with our friends at CloseUp we had a chat with what many consider to be one of the most exciting and impactful bands around today.