Hailing from Staffordshire, UK, Ryders Creed are a four-piece hard rock band that effortlessly combine melodic vocals, high octane riffs and a rock-solid rhythm section to create passionate songs delivered straight from the heart. Since bursting onto the scene in 2017, Ryders Creed have built an impressive nationwide fan base performing at flagship festivals around the UK including Steelhouse, Planet Rock’s Winters End, Hard Rock Hell & Ramblin Man Fair. 2019 saw the quartet claim the coveted title of Hard Rock Hell Young Blood Award-winners, as well as making their debut TV appearance where they performed on BBC Two’s Dragons Den. The Midlanders’ debut, self-titled album was picked up by Off Yer Rocka Recordings and released in 2018. This won the band their first round of critical acclaim from fans and industry alike. Their much-anticipated sophomore album Lost Souls was released in May 2020 and reached no.23 in the iTunes rock charts, as well as amassing over 17,000 Spotify plays in just 5 days. Having been forced to postpone their tour of their second album due to the ongoing pandemic, the band are beyond excited to finally announce their official tour dates!
Ryders Creed will be cruising around the UK touring tracks from their critically acclaimed Lost Souls across May - September 2022. See details above.
Lost Souls is the second studio album from Midlands-based Hard Rock band, Ryders Creed. From soaring choruses and harmonious instrumentals to hard-hitting riffs and stomping breakdowns, this album takes you on a rollercoaster journey of emotions. As close to conceptual as a non-concept album gets, Lost Souls follows the themes of anger, frustration and the feeling of losing elements of yourself, as well as striving to encourage a positive mentality with moments of defiance in the face of adversity and powerful messages of self-worth and self-confidence. This album is more mature than the band's debut, darker, moodier and heavier, with a very present mental health awareness running constant, but is still very much a Ryders Creed record.