Since winning the flagship HRH Highway to Hell competition in 2017 – beating out thousands of bands in the process – hard rockers Ryders Creed have continued to build their already impressive nationwide fanbase.

The Midlanders’ self-titled album from the following year was widely acclaimed by critics and fans alike, so the 4-piece’s follow up “Lost Souls” is expected to make huge waves in the NWOCR scene especially.

The band are heading out on the road for a UK headline tour with These Wicked Rivers over the summer, and are looking forward to making high profile festival appearances at Call of The Wild, Rockwich and many more TBA during what will be a very busy year for the band.

The first single to be taken from the sophomore album is ‘Lost Soul’ – a true 6-minute rock epic – a song destined to become a modern classic in the modern rock world.  Also available as a 4-minute radio version, the song takes on issues that are dear to the band, as frontman Ryan Antony explains: “This song is about the hole that we can all find ourselves in at times. It’s about solitude and pushing all those we love away from us without even realising that it’s happening; a feeling that we’ve all felt at some point in our lives, or been on the receiving end of.”

Talking of the upcoming album, Ryan says: “Lost Souls is an experience from start to finish. Blood, sweat and tears went into writing and recording this album. We had to delve into the deeper parts of ourselves to become truly immersed in the writing process. This album is longer than our debut, it’s darker, more complex. It’s still very much Ryders Creed, but each of us believes that we have found our sound with this album. We are all emotionally connected to this album and as nervous and excited as we are to release it, we are proud of Lost Souls. We cannot wait for you all to hear it.”

New album ‘Lost Souls’ coming soon via Off Yer Rocka recordings.
More info and tickets available at www.ryderscreed.co.uk

All Confirmed Live Dates for 2020:

6th March 2020 – The Bullingdon, Oxford, England

7th March 2020 – The Corporation, Sheffield, England

4th April 2020 – Camden Assembly, London. England

11th April 2020 – HRH Blues VI Festival – Sheffield, England

12th April 2020 – Nightrain, Bradford, England

8th May 2020 – The Queens Hall, Nuneaton, England (Album Launch)

9th May 2020 – The Patriot, Crumlin, Wales

15th May 2020 – Trillians, Newcastle, England

16th May 2020 – The Waterloo – Blackpool, England

22nd May 2020 – The Hairy Dog, Derby, England

23rd May 2020 – Bar 57 / The Iron Road, Pershore, England

24th May 2020 – Yardbirds, Grimsby, England

31st May 2020 – Call of The Wild Festival, Lincolnshire, England

5th June 2020 – Cobblestones, Bridgwater, England

6th June 2020 – The Anvil, Bournemouth, England

11th July 2020 – The Patti Pavilion, Swansea, Wales

17th July 2020 – The Station, Cannock, England

18th July 2020 – Bannermans – Edinburgh, Scotland

30th August 2020 – Northwich, England