Chart-topping rock band The Revivalists recently snuck away to Santa Fe with some RevHeads in tow for a crazy night at Meow Wolf’s mind-bending House of Eternal Return – or didn’t they? Not all is what it seems in their new video for single “Change,” much like Meow Wolfitself. The buzzed-about art collective’s House of Eternal Return (backed by Game of Thronesauthor George R.R. Martin) is a huge immersive multidimensional mystery dwelling complete with secret passages and portals to magical worlds amidst surreal and mesmerizing art installations.
After packing venues across the pond for their first-ever UK/European shows, The Revivalists,
led by charismatic front man David Shaw
, will bring their
rock n’ roll spirit, soulful essence and striking live presence to audiences around the country when their Take Good Care headlining tour
picks back up stateside on March 8th
at The Sylvee in Madison, WI, with several shows already sold out. For all ticketing details, please visit www.therevivalists.com.
A digital download of the band’s new studio album Take Good Care (out now on Loma Vista Recordings)
is included with every ticket purchase for the U.S. tour. The Revivalists
also recently announced that they will tape an episode of Austin City Limits on April 9th
and will play an epic hometown set at New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival on April 26th
Following a big 2018 that brought the release of the New Orleans 8-piece’s long awaited fourth studio album, their biggest sell-out to date at Red Rocks
, and the#1 Triple A and Top 5 Alternative hit single “All My Friends”
which landed the band on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert
, The Revivalists
have already packed a punch in 2019. “Change”
is a Top 3 Triple A radio hit
and is quickly climbing at Alternative
after several weeks of being the most-added song
at the format. The band debuted “Change”
amidst a week of East Coast shows that included two sold-out nights at NYC’s historic Beacon Theatre
, a show at Boston’s House of Blues that sold out in minutes
, and a sell-out at DC’s 6,000-capacity The Anthem
. The band also performed alongside Muse, The Killers, twenty one pilots, Weezer, Bishop Briggs
and more at iHeartRadio’s ALTer Ego at LA’s The Forum
had been grinding for 10 years when their now platinum-selling single “Wish I Knew You”
took off. The new album Take Good Care
captures the whirlwind that ensued, from celebratory anthems to cathartic moments and their most personal songs yet. On the anti-gun violence anthem “Shoot You Down,” The Revivalists
speak out against the overwhelming gun violence problem in our society. The band released a now sold-out limited vinyl of “Shoot You Down” benefiting Everytown,
and spoke to Salon
about the message behind the song.
The Revivalists have garnered more than 300 million total streams, drawn praise from the likes of Rolling Stone, Billboard, Buzzfeed, Huff Post, Salon, Entertainment Weekly, USA Today, Alternative Press, Uproxx, Flaunt, Nylon, and more, and have performed on Ellen, The Late Show with Stephen Colbert, Jimmy Kimmel LIVE!, TODAY and Conan. The Revivailstswere nominated for a2018Billboard Music Awardand two 2018 iHeart Radio Music Awards, and were named Billboard’s Top New Rock Artist of 2017. The Revivalists are: David Shaw [lead vocals, guitar], Zack Feinberg [guitar], Ed Williams [pedal steel guitar], George Gekas [bass], Michael Girardot [keyboard, trumpet], Rob Ingraham [saxophone], Andrew Campanelli [drums] and PJ Howard [drums, percussion].