Reardon Love is set to release their new single titled ‘Locked in the Panopticon’ on August 21, 2020. A short but sweet track, Reardon Love gives a synth and guitar fused quasi-nostalgia laced hook-filled track that gives a smile to the face and a clinch to the fist. This is one of those songs that wears the hook on its sleeve and shows the melody to the world because it knows its that good.

About Reardon Love

80s nostalgia is gaining momentum, New Wave bands are touring and The Cure headlined Glastonbury. Reardon Love is riding the crest of that proverbial wave and there is no sign of them capsizing.

Enter ‘Locked in the Panopticon’, a synth-based 80’s Disco Pop song with a political & dystopian Orwellian message. Governments are becoming more totalitarian through the aid of media manipulation, subliminal messages, and social media advertisements. Reardon Love’s mantra is to “champion the underdog, hail the outsider and liberate the falsely accused” and this single certainly backs that up.


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Born in the Autumn of 2018, Reardon Love is armed with a message so staunch you are at one with their disdain for prejudice. Whatever the destination, be it global domination or social suicide, it promises to be one hell of a journey.

Having already drawn regular comparisons to the likes of Blossoms and Pulp supported established acts such as Scouting for Girls, Republica, Hinds, Red Faces, and Psychedelic Porn Crumpets and gained the backing of BBC introducing, 2020 looks set to be very bright for the band.

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