Reachback are set to release their new single 'Saviour' on 15th April 2014 ahead of their debut album 'Adventureland' in early June 2014 through Spectra Records.
The last three years have seen Reachback married to the road with constant touring to develop their sound and fan base and sharing the stage with the likes of Scouting For Girls, Mayday Parade, Forever The Sickest Kids and many more. This resulted with the band being invited to record two of their songs acoustically at Abbey Road Studios by MTV and Extreme Music.
2012 was a busy year for the pop-punks. Having signed a publishing deal with MTV/Sony Extreme Music, andthree Artist In Music Award nominations, festival appearances and the debut video for 'No One Else' airing on Kerrang!
Now a nurtured unit with a few single releases inbetween that made the soundtrack of MTV shows Punk'd and Geordie shore. Reachback also made air play across Radio1, XFM, Kerrang!, Q Radio, Absolute and many more.
The band then took to the studio and recorded their debut album with producer Romesh Dodangoda (Motorhead, Bullet for My Valentine, Funeral for a Friend).
The new album Adventureland boasts more catchy choruses and tight harmonies that are demonstrated perfectly in the new single 'Saviour' and are equal in song writing prowess to their peers such as Paramore, All Time Low and We Are The In Crowd. Reachback are destined to keep growing and this debut is a benchmark for other new bands.
1. No Place Like Home
3. Slam Dunk The Punk
6. Get Up
7. Take My Hand
8. Pretty Slick
9. Custom Faded
10. Forever Young
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