Rev Rev Rev have just released their new video for the single titled ‘Adrift in the Chaosmos’, coinciding with their participation in Eurosonic Festival next Wednesday, January 15th. I will simply start by saying this song hits you from the start. To best describe it would be a shoegaze salad with the beat as the dressing and sprinkled with a few funk croutons. You’ll have to listen to get that reference, but I assure you, this is a sold track. The video gives that David Lynch style of noire with invasive lensing and beautiful palettes of offset colors overlapped with blur which makes the tour footage that this video is made of a new level of interest. This is the culmination of creative minds at work and play.
About Rev Rev Rev
Named as ‘One of Europe’s finest ’gazer bands of the last decade’ [Daily Bandcamp], Rev Rev Rev metabolize shoegaze and psychedelic rock elements in a loud, woozy, fuzz-driven way.
Since the debut, their signature wall-of-sound has inspired rave reviews, with single “Catching a buzz” spun on BBC6 (Steve Lamacq, Radcliffe, and Maconie) and sophomore album ‘Des fleurs magiques bourdonnaient’ praised by influential webzines like Drowned in Sound, Clash Music, Sounds better with reverb.
Their live set at Manchester’s Cosmosis Festival, headlined by The Jesus and Mary Chain, Brian Jonestown Massacre, The Raveonettes and WIRE, kick-started a 44-date tour touching UK, France, Belgium, Austria, Switzerland, and Italy, during which the quartet shared the stage with The Telescopes, Ringo Deathstarr, and Gonjasufi. In Italy, the band was ranked among the best live shows by 200 Italian promoters of the KeepOn Live indie network.
The new album, produced by James Aparicio (Spiritualized, Cult Of Dom Keller, Dead Vibrations), has been released in September 2019 on cult indie psych label Fuzz Club.
Their set at SXSW 2019 impressed, among others, Bob Boilen of All Songs Considered and earned them a feature on NPR’s festival wrap-up as well as airplay on the network’s radios. The band has been invited to play Eurosonic 2020.
Featured image by Salvatore Giorgio.