Alt-rockers Dead Reynolds release debut single

They’ve also announced a run of UK shows for this month. 

Alt-rock five-piece DEAD REYNOLDS release the video for their debut single ‘Dust’. This new project brings together former members of Phoenix Calling and The First, who have previously gained support from Kerrang! Magazine, Kerrang! Radio and Rock Sound.

With hints of Lonely The Brave and Deaf Havana, ‘Dust’ is a powerful introduction that sees the members of DEAD REYNOLDS combine the strengths from their previous projects, delivering heartfelt and striking alt-rock.

Guitarist/vocalist Dominic Greenwood says of the single: “Dust is about one person’s struggle with the feeling that the world is against them but knowing who they can depend on when the chips are down, having doors closed in their face and going back to the place where they feel like they belong, but still don’t really fit. Ultimately everything turns to ‘Dust’, so the song is about a journey and the feeling that we all just fly. There are references to the disbelief in religion after the loss of someone. I think this will be a firm favourite live.”

The band will tour the UK next month in support of the new single, dates are as follows:
16 November – Peterborough, The Met Lounge (w/ Tom Lumley)
17 November – King’s Lynn, The Maltings (w/ Tom Lumley)
18 November – Ipswich, The Smokehouse (w/ Tom Lumley)
20 November – Milton Keynes, MK11 (w/ Tom Lumley)
21 November – London, Black Heart (w/ Tom Lumley & Alfie Scully)
22 November – Stamford, Mama Liz’s Voodoo Lounge (w/ Tom Lumley)
23 November – Birmingham, The Flapper (w/ Tom Lumley)
24 November – Cambridge, The Academy (w/ Alfie Scully)
25 November – Leicester, Firebug (w/ Tom Lumley)

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