Endeavour are an English alternative rock band formed in Peterborough, Cambridgeshire in 2013. The band, which is comprised of brothers Shawn Radley on vocals, guitarists Brandon and Shane Radley, and bassist Garren Radley, impressed music fans and media alike with the release of their debut EP Voyage in 2015. The band's affinity deep lyrical content with distorted guitars and catchy, sing-along, stadium-ready choruses has drawn parallels to artists such as You Me At Six and Taking Back Sunday, and landed them support slots with UK rock giants Funeral For A Friend, Lonely The Brave and Young Guns. The band followed this up with extensive airplay on XFM and Kerrang! Radio. The band's 2015 EP Voyage - recorded at Regal House Studios with producer Lee Batiuk (Deaf Havana, Trash Boat) - received rave reviews from Big Cheese magazine and Rock Sound magazine to name a few, and led the group to tour the UK, culminating with a slot on the main stage at Fort Fest 2016 alongside InMe and Young Guns.
In 2019, Endeavour released the singles Miracle and Never Enough.