September saw Robert Jon & The Wreck wrap up an 11-date UK tour that took in sell out concerts at the 100 Club in London, alongside gigs at The Bodega in Nottingham, the Night & Day Café in Manchester and The Voodoo Rooms in Edinburgh…
In fact, they went over so well, that before they had even finished the dates, the band began announcing that due to popular demand they would return to tour the UK next year.
With an initial date of Sunday 15th May 2022 confirmed for them to play at The Garage in London, it didn’t take more than a few weeks for the full tour to be confirmed, with twelve shows confirmed – A very healthy response for both the band and live music as a whole following the two year pandemic we’ve suffered.
The five-piece Northern Californian band’s recent UK tour followed the release of the band’s new studio album Shine A Light On Me Brother.
The album features the hit singles ‘Shine A Light On Me Brother’ and ‘Everyday’ – Infectious blues rock anthems that have been getting spins on UK radio stations including Planet Rock, BBC Radio 2, Radio Caroline and Total Rock.
Commenting on ‘Everyday‘, The Wreck’s frontman, Robert Jon Burrison, said: “Our recent single, ‘Everyday’ is an all-out good-time jam track that was born out of frustration due to lack of freedoms that we had grown used to pre-pandemic and were subsequently denied during lockdown.
“It’s about the desire to get together with friends, play music, have some beers, and just spend time with each other in person again. This track is one to be listened to on repeat and sung along to.”
New single ‘Ain’t No Young Love Song’ will be out soon.