THEIA release their video for new single “Throw Me A Bone” which is out now (check it out below) and is the first track taken from their forthcoming album The Ghost Light, due for release on 13th July on WDFD Records.
Hailing from the heart of England’s ale brewing capital, on the edge of the National Forest, Burton-on-Trent, three-piece, THEIA, bring the world their blend of hard rock n roll. It’s a classic rock feel for the modern era, played with a smile on its face.
“…it is hard rock with a recognizable smile and mischief but lit by a freshness which just hits the spot…. it is muscular rock ‘n’ roll, a flavor to feed most appetites“
“Full of crashing guitars and those soaring vocals, the band manages to sound far more immense than just a trio. With a sublime guitar solo and a delicious heavy rhythm throughout”
Raised on his father’s record collection of Marc Bolan, Alice Cooper and AC/DC, mainman Kyle Lamley (guitar/lead vocals) teamed up with lifelong friend, Paul Edwards (bass/vocals) to form the spine of the band, with drummer Jake Dalton recruited in 2016 to complete the current line-up; and after two early well-received EPs, THEIA released their debut album in September 2015. They continued to lay the groundwork for a bright future, heading out on the road for a mixture of headline, support and festival shows across the UK including Hard Rock Hell X.
A second album Back In Line was released in Spring 2017 receiving highly favorable reviews, accompanied by a short headline tour and prestigious support slots. Back up-to-date and Planet Rock Winters End was a storming success for the band in February 2018 accompanied by a Planet Rock “ones to watch” feature. Album no. 3 is being released on 13th July via a fully-funded Pledge Campaign and a round of summer festival slots beckons.
The Ghost Light – Album (July 2018)
Back In Line – Album (June 2017)
Take The Pill – Album (Sept 2015)
THEIA I – EP (Mar 2013)
THEIA II – EP (Sept 2013)
Kyle Lamley – guitars & vocals, Paul Edwards – bass & vocals, Jake Dalton – drums