Revere – Man of Atom [EP] (FFHR001)
Release date: November 26, 2015
“They could, and should, be huge.” That’s what British newspaper The Times once wrote about Revere, an inspiring six piece from London. It’s a thought we share, ever since coming across their excellent 2010 debut album and 2013 follow up. This new “Man Of Atom” EP contains six brand new songs, pressed on beautiful white, numbered, vinyl (180 grams).
“They could, and should, be huge.” That’s what British newspaper The Times once wrote about Revere, an inspiring six piece from London. It’s a thought we share, ever since coming across their excellent 2010 debut album Hey! Selim and 2013 follow up My Mirror / Your Target.
You can imagine our surprise when we heard Revere were out of a record deal, so when we started out with our own label / vinyl club, mid 2015, we knew who to contact. Skype calls were made, Facebook chats were setup, emails were sent and here we are: Revere’s Man Of Atom EP is the very first release on Final 500 Records!
And what a great EP it is, with hints of 90s dance music, electronic synth pop, heavily effected violin and angular guitar stabs along with their trademark euphoric wall of sound, intense, strong melodies and Stephen Ellis’s powerful baritone vocal delivery.
Working with other musicians and collaborating with artists from all genres and disciplines is something the band have done for years, and this new EP is no exception, featuring guest vocals from Charlie Barnes (Bastille) and solo cellist Jo Quail.
Man Of Atom EP contains 6 brand new songs:
1. All Fires The Fire
2. Landing Lights
3. Last Bridge Standing [listen]
1. Take Cover [listen]
2. Man Of Atom