It may or may not have been the collision of an ancient ball of rock named THEIA with Earth which led to the creation of the moon…

…but scientists cannot argue about the landscape-changing impact of the trio of the same name on the UK rock scene. Since forming in 2012, Burton Upon Trent’s THEIA has been a blazing incitement of Rock n’ Roll, who in recent times have turned up their creative fire and are set to turn 2015 and beyond into an inescapable Hard Rock inferno.

Stirring inspiring flavours from the likes of Buckcherry, Winterville, Alter Bridge, Black Label Society and many more into the band’s own distinct recipe of rebellious rock, it is fair to say that THEIA whipped up keen attention and support with a pair of self-titled EP’s in 2013. Together, they offered six virulent slices of fiery rock music which set the tone of the band’s sound and a rich base to push and evolve from…

…and strike forward with invention and maturity in both songwriting and sound THEIA has; as evidenced by the greedily received single “Whoop-Dee-F***ing-Doo!” of 2014. Last year also saw the coming together of the current THEIA line-up; the thick and skilled beats of drummer John Tolley uniting with the dark, almost carnivorous basslines of Paul Edwards alongside the melodic adventure of Guitarist and Vocalist Kyle Lamley. It is an alignment of imagination and craft destined to sculpt riff-loaded, hook-lined anthems- as powerfully proven by THEIA’s ever-growing repertoire. The band’s sound simultaneously prowls ears and ignites the imagination, all the time hounding the passions and perpetually coaxing their submission… before taking the listener on an unmissable and unforgettable Rock and Roll stomp!

Equally, this new encounter brings the live presence of THEIA to the comfort of the home, showing why the band is renowned for their high octane stage energy and prowess. 2014 saw THEIA create big waves on the British Rock Festival Circuit and 2015 is already following suit with an even greater hunger from band and fans alike.

That hypothesized ancient planet with which the band share a name is said to have given life to a once barren, uninhabitable landscape. Now a great many are saying exactly the same about THEIA and the British Rock Scene.