Reigning Days reveals official video for Empire
Taken from the band’s forthcoming self-titled EP Released on 3rd June
Confirmed Festival Dates Download Festival, The Great Escape, Dot To Dot, BBC Radio 1 Big Weekend Academy, 2,000 Trees, Camden Rocks and more…
Devonshire three-piece Reigning Days have revealed the official video for their crushing new single ‘Empire’, to be taken from the band’s self-titled EP, out on June 3rd.
Taking place in the darkest of back-street casinos, the video sees the band cunningly cheat their way to the big money, through some shrewd teamwork and the help of some special contact lenses. A thrilling watch from start to finish, the video is a perfect compliment to the track’s bombastic riffery and huge choruses.
The ‘Reigning Days EP’ also features both previous singles ‘Renegade’ and ‘Friendly Fire’; two searing tracks released to high critical acclaim. Both tracks leapt straight into the Top 10 in the Kerrang! Charts and Scuzz TV charts as well as featuring on radio playlists around the country, including Planet Rock and being played on the Radio 1 Rock Show. The EP is completed by another brand new track ‘Crazy Horse’.
Reigning Days have spent the last few months on the road, touring the length and breadth of the UK alongside the likes of Wilson and Highly Suspect. Not ones to take a break, they have UK festival appearances booked at Download Festival, The Great Escape, Dot To Dot, Live At Leeds, Camden Rocks, 2000 Trees, Y Not Festival, and an Academy Showcase at BBC Radio 1’s Big Weekend, all alongside a whole host of huge global acts.
Reigning Days release their debut album later this year.
REIGNING DAYS EP TRACKLIST 1. Empire 2. Renegade 3. Friendly Fire 4. Crazy Horse
REIGNING DAYS LIVE DATES April 30th – Live At Leeds Festival, Leeds May 9th – BBC Radio 1 Big Weekend Academy Showcase @ Pavilions, Teignmouth May 19th – The Great Escape, Brighton May 27th – Dot To Dot Festival, Manchester May 28th – Dot To Dot Festival, Bristol May 29th – Dot To Dot Festival, Nottingham June 4th – Camden Rocks, London June 11th – Download Festival, Castle Donington July 8th – 2000 Trees, Cheltenham July 31st – Y Not Festival, Pikehall (Peak District)]]>