Highly regarded alt-rock quintet, DEAD REYNOLDS, are here to stake a prominent claim with their greatly anticipated debut album, Breathe With Strangers, which lands on Friday 17th September via Fort Records. The contemporary rockers’ recent new single, Bring It Down, is out now. This anthemic cut has already earned strong backing from Rocksound and Kerrang! Radio. Watch the video for Bring It Down, here – https://youtu.be/fFrmuM1SBZE .

Born at the very end of 2018, DEAD REYNOLDS have continually progressed and evolved, with the energetic fivesome constantly gaining the backing and approval of a slew of tastemakers. So far, the band have received glowing praise from Powerplay Magazine, Louder/Classic Rock Magazine, Maximum Volume Music, Moshville, Devils Gate Music, and Punktastic. As well as obtaining broad acclaim for their recorded work, DEAD REYNOLDS have also notched up airtime with Kerrang! TV and Scuzz TV. The band have also been repetitively supported by Kerrang Radio’s Johnny Doom, with Johnny persistently pushing the band’s singles and releases. In addition to DEAD REYNOLDS being regularly playlisted by Kerrang Radio, the UK tunesters have also obtained worldwide radio airplay across fifteen countries, and have been played by hundreds of radio stations. Sharing stages with everyone from Deaf Havana, Mallory Knox, and Mark Morriss (The Bluetones), as well as their own headline shows, has also vastly increased their profile.

DEAD REYNOLDS’s time is now. The band will release their album, Breathe With Strangers, this September, and it’s an astonishing debut. The Brit modern rockers have a selection of live shows planned for the Autumn, along with a special album launch show, which is hosted by Kerrang! Radio’s Alex Baker. Before then, DEAD REYNOLDS have unleashed their contiguous new single, Bring It Down, which is a stunning slab of contemporary rock loaded with breath-taking breakdowns, gang vocals and a mammoth refrain.  The band elaborate about the single: “The track was written in the depths of Lockdown when it was cold and miserable – so we felt that a summer sounding anthem was in order. The song is about solidarity, coming together after an event, unity, and being part of something, with the Lockdown and all that it brings being a huge influence and outlet.”

A cluster of singles, videos and exciting content will drop this Summer; you do not want to miss out on DEAD REYNOLDS.

Dead Reynolds live: Twisted Melon Festival 11/9; Dukes Head, Kings Lynn 16/9; Met Lounge, Peterborough 18/9; Off the Record Festival 13/11.