Camden four piece Revelin Sky release their debut single “Firerain” on 6th June produced by Ian Davenport(Radiohead).
The Camden based band started gigging 6 weeks after they formed after a chance meeting at Glastonbury Festival, and have since made a name for themselves on the London indie circuits with impressive shows at venues like Proud Camden. BarFly and the Water Rats, including victory at a band competition held at the aforementioned and highly respected Proud Camden. They were also invited to become the first band to date to have ever played live on the shop floor of the world famous Knightsbridge Harrods store during a fashion show. Words of mouth soon prompted representatives of React Music Publishing to go and find out what the fuss was about, and they were so impressed by the bands live performance at the Purple Turtle in Camden Town that they hanged around until after the gig to offer them a deal immediately.
The band’s songs tacke themes such as personal loss, personal gain and some of the pleasures and upheavals of modern day life. They indie rock sounds accommodates luscious riff, huge choruses, infectious bass lines and toes tapping beats, with comparison having been made to the likes of The Maccabees, Explosions In The Skies and The Verves.
They made a major breakthrough when they were approached by producers Jay Reynolds, who produced Just Jack, Paloma Faith,The Hoosiers, McFly and Pixie Lott to record a 2 tracks demo. This was soon followed by an introduction to Ian Davenport, producer of Radiohead, Band of Sculls & Superdull who agreed to produce debut single “Firerain” which can he heard here.
This will now followed up with the sensational forthcoming “Shape EP” set for an April 2013 release. The EP can be previewed here, and showcases the sonic flexibility of the band’s sounds, from the rhythmical energy of the title track itself to the moody seduction of the downtempo “Celebrate”. Plans are in the motion to support the release with festival appearances and tours throughout the summer, expect them in a town near you soon.