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Down South is The Reveal’s Ep Out Now

Good Day Noir Family,
welcome to Edgar Allan Poets indie music corner. A space dedicated to the best new artists and bands we find around the web. Today’s feature band is The Reveal and their Ep Down South.

Down South is The Reveal’s Ep Out Now

Are you ready for a journey into traditional American music revisited in a modern and intriguing way?

As soon as you start listening to this band you will feel like you are in a Coen brothers movie. The swamps of Louisiana and the deserts of Arizona flash before your eyes and you feel like a renegade being chased by the police.

It is evident that we are dealing with great musicians, the musical arrangements are fantastic and the performance by all the members of the band is impeccable.

The thing I liked the most about The Reveal is that their songs have country, and bluegrass vibes but the sound is innovative. Above all the dynamic structure of these tunes keeps you glued to the speakers from the first to the last second.

All the tracks of the Ep are solid and the single Shadows Dancin is accompanied by a fascinating video. The band becomes a shadow on a white background with Satan playing the banjo…rad idea!

A band with a mature artistic vision that I recommend everyone to go and listen to.

Down South is The Reveal’s Ep Out Now!

Wild and Intriguing!

Down South is The Reveal’s Ep Out Now

The Reveal started in the cornfields of Indiana; a funky blues rock trio blending in heavy breakdowns, psychedelic jams and rapping in the verses. The Midwestern boys had grown up playing country music and bluegrass with their dads before they found rock n roll. It eventually lead them down south to Nashville where they currently reside.

Traveling through several dimensions, the band reveals the funk, the heavy, the trippy sides of music as well as their birthright of southern twang. The trio consists of Brother Dusty’s aggressive vocals blending a punk and hip hop hybrid approach while carrying bass lines that often lead the song. The bass guitar is a giant thunder dragon from Zeus himself, and it breathes funk. Joshua Clay joins in using his guitar to shoot lazer beams, talk to aliens and open portals. Ian Fleming on drums pilots the rocket ship from the dance floor beats to primal war drumming and all the rock n roll in between.

The latest EP “Down South” branches into an alter ego exploring the Wild West bandit country for a side project featuring Tristen Norfleet on mandolin. This chapter of the bands journey takes the old school Outlaw Country style to modern bandits of the American streets. The side project simply originates from the band exploring their family routes to give listeners a piece of where they come from. A glimpse into the band’s origin story can be found on their debut album, “Do You Know?”

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