The name evokes a pleasant family band. But there are no blood ties in The Reytons. It’s a bastardisation of ‘a right one’ in the dialect of the four indie rockers from Sheffield: the city of Arctic Monkeys, Joe Cocker, Human League and Pulp, not to mention pubs and chaos. The Reytons write thumping songs about all the things that can go wrong in the life of a young person. Relationships that end abruptly, parties that get out of hand… The group is surrounded by an ecosystem reminiscent of a football club. Fans travel far and wide to follow their heroes and ensure an exuberant atmosphere. This joyfulness is undoubtedly also the reason why their second album reached number one in the UK charts without the support of a major record label. The title asks ‘What’s Rock And Roll?’ (2023). Find out the answer at Werchter.