The rapid success of Mallory Knox’s debut album ‘Signals’ saw them reaching #1 in the iTunes Rock Chart and #35 in the UK Official Album Charts. Their second album ‘Asymmetry’, and latest album release ‘Wired’, have granted them two times consecutively the coveted Top 20 in the UK official Album Charts, alongside all their singles to date having been playlisted on BBC Radio 1, including 4 consecutive A-list singles amongst other UK radio stations. All of Mallory Knox’s singles to date having reached A-list level on MTV Rocks, Kerrang! and Scuzz TV, alongside numerous nominations at the Kerrang! Awards which has cemented them as one of the best upcoming UK Rock bands in the UK.
They have played numerous tours of their own, with sold out nights at prestigious venues such as Electric Ballroom, Koko and Roundhouse, as well as having supported bands such as A Day To Remember, Bring Me The Horizon, One OK Rock and Sleeping With Sirens.
Their strong live presence has taken them to perform at numerous festivals including Main Stage performances at Reading & Leeds, Download Festival, Radio 1 Big Weekend, Slam Dunk, Warped Tour Rock Am Ring/Rock Im Park and many more across the world.
In 2017 the band performed with Simple Plan across Europe as well as many festivals such as Download France, Rock Im Park, Rock Am Ring and Main Stage Reading again amongst others in support of ‘Wired’, and have since treated fans with standalone single ‘Sugar’.
2018 marks a brand new chapter of Mallory Knox with an exciting new direction. Latest single ‘Black Holes’ is turning heads, with frontman Sam Douglas describing the new music as “Terrifying and exciting” and “The most energised Mallory has ever written”. ‘Black Holes’ is just a taster of what’s in store for album #4.