Kyoto Drive and Mikee J Reds share a stage!

Kyoto Drive will be meeting up with the acoustic man Mikee J Reds in sunny Chatham 
of Kent at the below show!
Don't miss it!

RAFA Club Chatham

Doors at 18:30, All ages, Bring ID if you want to use the bar
£5 Entry!
£4 Advanced Tickets - Contact a Band or

Kyoto Drive

Take A Stand

Down To My Last


Romeo Is Dead

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At It Again

The Satellite Year are at it again making a NEW music video and going by the secret shots we have been very lucky to see and the quality of their previous one we just know its going to be out of this world. We really can not wait!

Plus there are plans for TSY to come to the UK and tear it up!

Watch this as a reminder of their greatness!



Ex Call Off The Search Guitarist/Singer Mikee J Reds back on the road!

Check out the fantastic poster below:

Mikee will be accompanied by Jimmy Hollands!

Get to a show and don’t miss out!



Lots of it in the UK!

We wish all the bands on tours the best of luck!

Be safe.


Sad news comes in threes

So first off Call Off The Search call it a day, then Take Cover split too, and now Kyoto Drive‘s wookie like drummer Chris has decided to leave to concentrate on his studio. We wish him all the best and the band intend to continue with a replacement drummer asap. Here is a message from the KD guys on the matter:

We’re sad to announce that Chris has decided that his time in Kyoto Drive has come to an end in favour of pursuing other interests in his life. I know a lot of bands say this but there is most definitely no ill will between Chris and us, he will still be recording our demos, standing on the side of the stage at shows, and he will still be a massive part of our lives. We’re gutted to see him leave, but we wish him all the best as he starts this new chapter in his life, post-Kyoto Drive.

Huge love goes out to the big man, if you see him at shows, make sure you show him some love too!

We will now start the search for the new drummer, wish us luck!

Mark, Mike & Adam

Here is a quick reminder of the boys in action:

Sad times for sure but more good times to come!

Now for the last piece of sad news, we hope!

Our American pop-rockers Take Cover have called it a day after 4 years! We know they will go on to bigger and better things so we wish them all the best!