STREAM: Revere - My Mirror /Your Target (LP)

STREAM: Revere – My Mirror /Your Target (LP)

London-based Revere’s second album ‘My Mirror/Your Target’ is out 5th May, the band are currently on tour too (dates) below. They’ve kindly given us the first listen to their new album, you can stream it here:


“The seven members of Revere have spent the last few years crafting an eclectic, dramatic and multi-instrumented sound incorporating colliery-style brass sections. The recording of Revere’s My Mirror/Your Target;  involved the careful selection process of collaborators with Ben Christophers (Bat For Lashes/ Imogen Heap/Ben Christophers) and Grammy-winning songwriter Emily Barker performing on the album track Landlock’d alongside artists Gabby Young and Jess Bryant. In addition, in 2013 alone, REVERE released three singles from ‘My Mirror/Your Target’ in the UK. Most recently ‘These Halcyon Days’ (October), one of the most driven, bombastic and riff-ridden songs from the forthcoming album; preceded by ‘I Won’t Blame You’ (May) which had Dermot O’Leary invite REVERE into his BBC Radio 2 show to record an extended session; and kicking it all off was the single ‘Keep This Channel Open‘ (March).

REVERE also continued their long tradition of inviting contemporaries to remix their tracks for the Reworked EP series (with members of groups like Florence & The Machine, Bat For Lashes, Oceansize, Biffy Clyro and Metronomy all collaborating). While overseas in October 2013, ‘My Mirror/Your Target’ got its official release on the label V2 in Benelux, to much critical acclaim.”







Revere tour dates:

Thursday 8th May: Brundell Social Club, Leeds – New date
Sunday 11th May: Spiegeltent, Brighton **
Monday 12th May: Night & Day, Manchester – New date
Tuesday 13th May: The Voodoo Rooms, Edinburgh
Wednesday 14th May: The Lemon Tree, Aberdeen
Thursday 15th May: King Tut’s Wah Wah Hut, Glasgow
Friday 16th May: The Shipping Forecast, Liverpool
Saturday 17th May: The Marr’s Bar, Worcester

**A double-bill with Gabby Young & Other Animals

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