Thanks to Spinner for hosting the latest blog tour video! Lisa Lobsinger and Patrick Walls perform “The Leisure Lost” off Reverie’s debut LP, which Rawkblog recently named one of the top albums of the year, calling it “a flawless summer soundtrack.”
Of the blog tour, Reverie’s Marc De Pape told Spinner:
“The four or so years it took to make the record reflect the distance and time between each of us, but I feel like it also removed certain pressures that go with being in…Read More »
Watch the latest video of Lisa and Pat performing “You Don’t Exist If I Don’t See You” right here, and then head over to the new Reverie Sound Revue website and say hello.Read More »
Reverie Sound Revue’s video blog tour continues… Thanks to Ryan Catbird for featuring the second installment of Lisa and Pat’s performances. This week you can head over to MBV to watch “Off Rooftops” off the just released Reverie LP available here, here and here.
And if you haven’t already seen last week’s performance of “Arrows” you should go watch at Chromewaves now.Read More »
After what seems like years (because it has been years), Reverie Sound Revue’s self-titled full-length debut is at long last in stores both online and off. If you haven’t already gotten yourself the album you should proceed with great haste in doing so. We know you’ll love it, even if you’re musical genre of choice is Norwegian death metal because what it lacks in pestilence, carnage and eternal blackness it makes up for in too many other areas to list here. While…Read More »
Watch the video for Reverie Sound Revue’s “An Anniversary Away”. Directed by RSR’s Marc De Pape, the video looks like a kaleidoscopic future daydream. We think it’s as beautiful to watch as it is to listen to. If you agree, you might be interested in pre-ordering the debut full-length which is due out June 23rd.Read More »
We are thrilled to announce the signing of Reverie Sound Revue. We have been friends with (and huge fans of) the band since the early days of Boompa, and we were more than a little upset when they broke up a few years back. Then they decided to get back together to make more music, and we drank scotch and danced a little, and might have broken into song.
It took a little while to finish (a few years) because the…Read More »