WREXHAM'S The Royston Club had said that returning to their hometown was a 'special way' to end their UK tour.

The talented Indie band was formed in 2019 and has had some rise since getting together.

The four piece band - made up of Tom Faithfull, Ben Matthias, Sam Jones and Dave Tute - has been on tours of the UK, played festivals in America, and have had over 15,000,000 streams on Spotify. 

As well as that, The Royston Club also released its first album 'Shaking Hips and Crashing Cars' in June.

Their UK tour has seen them visit Manchester, London and more and further gigs in Europe in locations like Hamburg, Amsterdam and Paris are coming up over the coming days and weeks.

However, the final leg of their UK tour saw the band return to their roots in Wrexham.


Supported by Overpass, the band performed at William Aston Hall on Saturday, November 25.

Speaking after that visit, The Royston Club said: "Wrexham special way to end the UK tour, we love ya x"

You can watch a clip of them getting the sold-out crowd going via their 'X' account below ...

Back in 2019, the band had been together just weeks before recording and then releasing their debut single 'Shawshank’.

Singles ‘Waster’ and ‘Kerosene’ followed, and in late 2019 the band headed to the famous Parr Street Studios in Liverpool to record their debut EP ‘This State I’m In’.

The Royston Club are one of a string of Wrexham-based band/musicians to have found success over recent years.

From Neck Deep to the Declan Swans, there are plenty currently putting the Wrexham name on the map.