As far back as 2020, with the stunning ‘Mariana’ ,The Royston Club have been drip-feeding us the anthems which would go on to make up a chunk of their debut album and perhaps the most surprising thing about the release is that they have managed to keep up the quality despite this slow-burn approach (they’re already into double figures with their single releases and they’ve yet to take the foot off the gas – although it is worth noting that not each of their singles to date has managed to find a home on the album tracklist). Staggeringly, the full-length is strong enough that even with the large number of standalone releases, they are still unveiling tracks like ‘I’m A Liar’ which seem born singles.
As to be expected with such a bright prospect for the future, their summer is to be spent in the outdoors: exploring fields, tents and epic stages which tend to pop up in the most unassuming of places – as they look to accrue an even greater following before kicking off their headline tour in October. If you have even a passing interest, we suggest you get yourself a ticket now before the festival crowds swarm the headline offerings and propel the bands into even larger venues in 2024.
The Royston Club appear at Sounds Of The City at Castlefield Bowl on Sunday 9th July amidst a run of festival shows and ahead of their biggest UK tour to date in October. Tickets for all shows are onsale now and the full tour itinerary is shown below: