The Single ‘Close To The Sun’ is out on 1st April 2016.
Having shared a stage with bands like Bastille, Rudimental, The Cribs or The Fat White Family at Liverpool Sound City last year, the four-piece is on a steady climb upwards and it seems like the music industry is more than ready for it. Music journalist Luke Traynor from the Liverpool Echo expressed his astonishment in a tweet stating that Eden Royals put on the “best set of Sound City Sunday”, describing their music as “cracking jangly stuff”. They were also named one of The Daily Mirror’s top bands for the festival in 2015.
With their upcoming single release ‘Close To The Sun’, Eden Royals have created an exhilaratingly addictive track that contributes to a soundtrack of our times by taking up indie rock influences from the mid noughties and wrapping them up into a riveting musical energy blast. The song has already earned support from BBC Introducing Essex.
Before forming Eden Royals, some of the band members have had various different musical background stories. Singer Lloyd appears in the music videos to Paul McCartney’s ‘Queenie Eye’ and Pete Doherty’s ‘Last Of The English Roses’. His dad also used to be in a Punk Band which was renowned for having had a regular following of the West Ham United hooligan group ICF. Bassist John used to be in a Beatles tribute band called The Day Trippers and Sean has experience as an audio engineer.