REWS @ 2000 Trees Festival
REWS is the fierce, high energy, alternative pop / rock band lead by Northern Irish songwriter Shauna Tohill.
Following the release of 4 hot singles including ’Birdsong', ‘Monsters', 'Heart Is On Fire’ & ‘Today We’re Warriors’, REWS have released highly anticipated sophomore album ‘Warriors’. The album is REWS’ call to arms to unite, stand up, be strong and take life’s challenges head on using music as our binding force… it is a perfect sentiment in this time and the singles highlight what this new album is all about!
REWS are building on the success of debut album ‘Pyro’ which saw them perform at Glastonbury Festival, Isle of Wight Festival, Boardmasters and Marshall Live as well as extensive touring across the UK and Europe including a support tours with Halestorm and The Darkness as well as appearances at Mad Cool Festival, Camden Rocks and Eurosonic.
Amassing over 10 million streams with support from BBC Radio 1, Kerrang! Radio, Radio X and a nomination for Planet Rock Magazines ‘Best New Band’, REWS performed at the 2018 ‘She Rocks’ Awards in Los Angeles and debuted their live show at rock club ‘Berlin’ in New York.
REWS new album Warriors is out NOW on translucent red vinyl, CD and digital via Marshall Records and will continue to push boundaries and change the world online until gigs are back in action. More news soon!
"Fantastic, like a female Royal Blood! Stupendous... if you get a chance to see them - GO!" - Mark Radcliffe, BBC
"REWS' debut crackles with wit, verve, energy and enthusiasm, with Tohill's fizzing, fuzzy riffs overlaid with the duo's sharply-structured vocal harmonies and captivating, instantly addictive melodies." - Planet Rock Magazine
"Brilliant live" - Huw Stephens, BBC Radio 1
"Glam-rock guitar indie pop at its best" – Nialler9
"If you’re not instantly foot-tapping then you must be clinically dead" – Joe Donnelly TXFM
"Rews are all about conjuring up choruses that are ready to ride the airwaves.", "One of Ireland’s most promising tunesmiths", "Hooks that give you goose-bumps you could hang your hat off" – Hot Press Magazine