INDIE rock group Reigning Days are set to entertain crowds in Newton Abbot tomorrow to mark the release of their debut album.
The Teignmouth-based band, who unveiled their new album Eclipse yesterday, will be playing some of their new tunes at Phoenix Sound in the town.
Singer, guitarist and songwriter Dan Steer and drummer Joe Sansome will also be on hand to sign copies of their latest release.
Eclipse is said to be ‘a colossal sounding, stadium-sized rock debut, reminiscent of Muse, Royal Blood and Biffy Clyro.’
Frontman Dan, formerly of The Quails, said: ‘We each put a piece of our hearts and souls into this record, and to finally be at a point where we can share it with everyone is the best feeling.’
Kerrang Radio’s Alex Baker rated the album as an ‘absolute banger from the guys in Reigning Days which cements them as one of the great promising British bands.’
The group, who already have a string of acclaimed singles, will be in Phoenix Sound in Queen Street at 2pm.