Sheffield band The Reytons are heading to The Leopard in Doncaster

Cult Sheffield band The Reytons, who recently filled the Leadmill, are calling in at a popular Doncaster music pub this Friday.

Monday, 28th January 2019, 11:35 am
Updated Monday, 28th January 2019, 11:41 am
Sheffield band The Reytons

Described in their press material as having “the same cheeky everyman charm as fellow Sheffielders the Arctic Monkeys” and “harbouring the clatter, clamour and camaraderie of a night out fuelled by cheap vodka Red Bulls and questionable decision making”, the band have been building their reputation with the release of three EPs and a series of sell-out live shows.

Their music is described as no-frills indie and they aim to be loud and rowdy. 

 The Reytons have notched up more than half a million Spotify streams across their three EPs, Alcopops & Charity Shops (2018), Kids Off The Estate (2017), and It Was All So Monotonous (2017), and their latest single, Canine, released last year.

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The Leopard is on West Street, Doncaster.