Monday, 24 March 2014

REVERE - SINGLE REVIEW

Revere - A Road From A Flood (Albino/V2 Benelux) 
Revere - A Road From A Flood

Release Date: 28th April 2014

If you want to relax and stare out longingly in to the rain then I may have the track you need. London collective Revere return with new single 'A Road From A Flood' which starts as a melancholy lament with influences from the Editors and the National to Nick Cave and Jeff Buckley running through the spirit of the song. And then, two thirds of the way through the drums begin to gather pace like glistening horse that has suddenly started to stop grazing and run around the outside of a dark, still lake. The sweeping strings swerve and dive like a flock of Swallows and that sumptuous low vocal rumbles out from the centre of the song like a roll of thunder on the horizon. This is dark, elemental stuff and even if you are generally having a great day it's worth indulging your dark side for a few minutes just to enjoy everything these guys have to offer.

More information: http://www.revereonline.co.uk/

Live Dates:

10th April - Album Launch @ The Lexington, London
11th May - Spiegeltent, Brighton w/Gabby Young & Other Animals
13th May - The Voodoo Rooms, Edinburgh
14th May - The Lemon Tree, Aberdeen
15th May - King Tut's Wah Wah Hut, Glasgow
16th May - The Shipping Forecast, Liverpool

17th May - The Marr's Bar, Worcester

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