The English indie-rock quartet ReVerbed first featured in 2013, sadly this will be their last feature on the site.
These past couple of months have been littered with bands who have featured for a few years moving on to pastures new and sadly ReVerbed join the list with an announcement made yesterday and the reveal of a final video.
I wish Zoë, George, Josh and Joe all the best for the future.
Their final gig will be on the 18th of September at The Hope & Ruin in Brighton (England).
With a wry smile and sense of irony they have chosen Promises, from the LP Another Year, Still Here as their farewell video.
The English indie-rock band ReVerbed released the EP – Another Year, Still Here – on the 23rd.
ReVerbed – Another Year, Still Here – artwork
With an assured confidence ReVerbed deliver music that has natural flow along with relevant hooks on which the listener can hang their coats.
Bury Me, the second of the four tracks on Another Year, Still Here, is a showcase in how to slice the music. ReVerbed, for all their self-evident abilities do not verge into cockiness, as they provide music in which they invest sweat and tears which, on offering, allows the audience to take a participatory part on the floor, or sit back and enjoy the melodies.
The combinations of the two guitars allows Bury Me, to express the texture as the combinations of voices gives the track depth, to which percussion maintains a pressing, forward progression and the bass delightfully sways between joining the party of the two six stringers and reminding them not to stray off the path.