Wildcard (week 5):
The Reytons – Jealous Type

Are you a Whatever People Say I Am, That’s What I’m Not-era Arctic Monkeys fan? Then you need to get to know The Reytons. This rising Yorkshire quartet has the same unashamedly anthemic rock ethic that Arctic Monkeys came to the scene with.

At the start of their career, in 2017/8, The Reytons released three EP’s in quick succession. Since then, they put out seven singles, Jealous Type being the latest. It kicks off with strong guitar riffs which are a perfect launch pad for lead singer Johnny Yerrell’s strong lyrics. There’s a raw element to the production that gives the song a certain edge. In that respect, it recalls the colossal live shows that gained The Reytons a large following. It’s impressive to hear how the band reproduce that sound in the studio.

Jealous Type precedes a new EP, titled May Seriously Harm You And Others Around You, due out later in February.

This whole week, The Reytons’ Jealous Type will feature prominently at the top of this blog as the new Carte Blanche Music Wildcard!

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In the Wildcards 2021 playlist you’ll find all of this year’s Carte Blanche Music Wildcards so far.

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