Tuesday, June 23rd, 2009
Presenting Reverie Sound Revue's blog tour part one, "Arrows"
In my post last month wherein I sought to introduce you to Reverie Sound Revue, I likened the band – formerly of Calgary and now based mostly in Toronto – to a unicorn or your mythical creature of choice, on account of their extended hiatuses and exceedingly slow pace of working. But they get significantly more real as of this week when their debut, self-titled album – over a year and a half in the making – is finally released.
And while they’re still declining to tour or generally be seen in the harsh light of day, they have deigned to record a series of live studio performances and embark on an online tour of sorts, and I’m pleased to be able to present the first installment. It features guitarist Patrick Walls and singer Lisa Lobsinger performing “Arrows”, rendered in even more delicately subdued tones than the recorded version, if that’s possible.
There will be five more videos being rolled out over the coming weeks, one per week, at various tubes around the internets. To find out where the next one will surface, check back at www.reveriesoundrevue.net or www.boompa.ca.
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