Australia, prepare for the return of The Reytons: ‘Carnage and chaos in the crowd’

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Australia, prepare for the return of The Reytons: ‘Carnage and chaos in the crowd’

The Reytons tour

After igniting stages across Australia in 2023, the UK indie powerhouse The Reytons are gearing up for another explosive tour down under.

Fresh from conquering fields and arenas in the UK, the self-made ‘kids off the estate’ are set to deliver their signature high-octane performances in Perth, Adelaide, Brisbane, Sydney, and Melbourne this September and October.

“Australia seems like a second home to us. The Australians just ‘get it’ and create the same level of carnage and chaos in the crowd that the fans back home bring,” the band share. “These shows are going to be special and we can’t wait to come back! All Reytons aren’t we?!”

The Reytons Tour Dates

  • Sunday, 29th September – Amplifier Bar, Perth WA (18+)
  • Tuesday 1st October – Lion Arts Factory, Adelaide, SA (18+)
  • Thursday 3rd October – The Triffid, Brisbane, QLD (18+)
  • Friday 4th October – Metro Theatre, Sydney, NSW (18+)
  • Saturday 5th October – Croxton Bandroom, Melbourne, VIC (18+)

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Since the release of their debut album ‘Kids Off The Estate’ in 2021, The Reytons have swiftly risen to become one of the UK’s premier indie bands. Their fiercely independent spirit propelled them to stardom, particularly following the chart-topping success of their sophomore album ‘What’s Rock And Roll?’ in early 2023.

With over 130 million streams on Spotify and a string of sold-out tours across the UK and Europe, including a remarkable show at Sheffield’s Utilita Arena for 13,500 fans, The Reytons have solidified their position as indie icons. Their latest album, ‘Ballads Of A Bystander,’ released in late January this year, topped the UK Record Store Chart and is nearing 3 million streams on Spotify.

‘Ballad Of A Bystander’ sees the band at their storytelling best, weaving narratives of everyday life into anthemic indie tunes. Tracks like ‘Market Street’ and ‘Nineteen Crimes’ showcase the band’s introspective songwriting, while ‘Adrenaline’ and ‘Minus One’ burst with electrifying energy—a signature of The Reytons’ sound.

After a successful appearance at Brisbane’s Super Fun Day festival last year and sold-out shows in Sydney and Melbourne, The Reytons are currently touring Europe. They recently announced a headline show in their hometown of Rotherham at the historic Clifton Park, set to draw over 20,000 fans—the largest concert the town has hosted.

With a slew of massive performances leading up to their Australian tour, The Reytons are poised to give their Aussie fans an unforgettable experience. Following their previous sold-out tour, anticipation is high for these upcoming shows.

General Public On Sale Friday 15th March – 9am local time. Tickets can be purchased here.