Preview: The Reytons

The Reytons are heading back to Norwich (Picture:
The Reytons are heading back to Norwich (Picture:

by Mark Harrop

Four months after their barnstorming sold-out show at The Waterfront, South Yorkshire’s indie rock heroes The Reytons have announced they are heading back to Norwich.

Rotherham lads Jonny Yerrell, Joe O’Brien, Lee Holland and Jamie Todd are embarking on a nationwide tour as their phenomenal success story shows no signs of slowing down.

They’ll be at UEA on Thursday, October 26.

With no big label backing, their high-energy no-nonsense songs about life on the mean streets of the north have attracted a massive following.

Debut album Kids Off The Estate, released in 2021, propelled the band to more than a million Spotify listeners while the new release What’s Rock And Roll? hit the official chart number one spot.

Click here for tickets.

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