Management & Booking

Email: Management@rendacium.com  

THE BAND

Rendacium [Ren-Day-Sea-Um] are a young energetic Brit Pop-Rock band from the East Midlands. They formed in early 2017 and have gone from strength to strength playing numerous live gigs in places such as London, Sheffield and Machester, writing new original material and releasing their debut EP ‘I Just Can’t Wait’ and current single ‘Stef’. The Band consists of Frontman Brad on Guitar and Vocals, Tom on Bass, Josh on Lead Guitar and Louis on Drums. The lads have a passion for playing live where their sound has drive, energy and attitude in Abundance.

BRAD DAWN

// Lead Vocals and Guitar

 

As the frontman of Rendacium, Brad's confident personality combined with his passion for music gives the band a truly energetic and entertaining live performance.

TOM GAUNT

// Bass

 

As the bassist of Rendacium Tom's natural sense of rhythm along with the wit of his personality. Gives the band its character and attitude.

JOSH SCALES

// Lead Guitar

As the newest member of the band its clear that Josh's raw talent and widespread taste in music is what gives the band its sentiment and momentum.

LOUIS DAWN

// Drums

 

As the baby of the band, Louis is by no means lacking in talent. His powerful drumming mixed with his pop rock influences gives the band it's drive and it's energy.

Press Reviews 

Eyes Have It Music Festival: A delight to work with, were very professional and their set was excellent. There was plenty of positive feedback from the audience and I would have no hesitation in booking them again, in fact I hope they will be available for next year’s festival. 

Moonshine Magazine: I had really been looking forward to seeing the next band, Rendacium, with whom I’d been very impressed by at the wonderfully named Kevfest at The Horse & Groom back in April and festival organiser Simon Clark had also been impressed and on my recommendation had booked the band. The band played a varied and very energetic set starting with a song they’d written themselves called ‘Paperheart’ taken from their EP and their own unreleased material as well as some great covers such as Green Day and The Arctic Monkeys with a maturity beyond their years. I wouldn’t be at all surprised if Rendacium go onto bigger things in the future.

 

Spire Radio:  I’ve listened to their track [Stef] a few times since they were kind enough to share it with me and it’s so good, the production value on this track is insane!! It’s just so good, these guys clearly have a proper ear for music and I know that they will be going places.