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News

Feb 28, 2012

With their sophomore LP Let Go slated to arrive in the states sometime this spring, French pop trio Revolver have premiered a proper music video for their first single “Wind Song.” More

Revolver Announce Sophomore LP

Let Go Out in March

Jan 03, 2012

French vocal harmonizers Revolver have announced the follow-up to their highly-praised debut Music for a While. More

Dec 05, 2011

Parisian chamber-pop collective Revolver have released a new single called “Wind Song.” More

Mar 25, 2011

The third day of Austin’s infamous SXSW Music Festival included performances by Toro Y Moi, Still Corners, Puro Instinct, and more. More

Mar 21, 2011

The morning of day three began a bit like day two: a bit begrudgingly. While both sides of the snooze/sleep debate had very compelling arguments, it was ultimately decided that checking out cool, new music trumped physical recovery.

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Revolver Play MTV Live Set

Head Out On Tour

Feb 17, 2011

French pop trio Revolver recently stopped by MTV to record a live set and interview. We have the video. More

Revolver Announces “Parallel Lives”

Out February 22, Via Astralwerks

Jan 20, 2011

On February 22, French trio Revolver is set to release EP Parallel Lives—another outing celebrating their love of old-school harmonies (think The Beatles or Beach Boys) and orchestral arrangements. They are also heading out on tour. More

French Trio Revolver Ready Debut Full-Length

Music For a While Out August 24th on Astralwerks

Jul 01, 2010

Former “Pleased to Meet You” French band Revolver is preparing to meet a whole new continent with the North American release of their album Music for a While, out August 24th. More



Interviews

Revolver

Trois Voix

Feb 01, 2009

The Parisian members of Revolver—Ambroise Willaume, Christophe Musset, and Jérémie Arcache—are not native English speakers. When they speak, their sentences often succumb to the occasional slip in verb tense or syllable emphasis. There are even instances of hesitation and momentary pause when the search for the optimal phrase leaves them somewhat at a loss. More


Reviews

Mar 21, 2011

As fellow writer Mike Hilleary pointed out, the ratio of sleep to bands at SXSW is somewhat skewed. This is of course, an understatement, as it seems even my dreams (whenever I close my eyes long enough to have them) have been rented out for showcases. While there’s no accounting for my subconscious booking agency (who seem intent on making it an all Twin Shadow bill), the variety of bands available to the waking world of SXSW is pretty dang impressive. After our second successful Under the Radar day party, the magazine crew opted to hop from venue to venue for the remainder of the evening, as no one showcase was strong enough to demand our full attention. More

Mar 21, 2011

The morning of day three began a bit like day two: a bit begrudgingly. While both sides of the snooze/sleep debate had very compelling arguments, it was ultimately decided that checking out cool, new music trumped physical recovery.

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Mar 01, 2011

Revolver’s debut full length, 2010’s Music for a While, was a harmony-filled homage to the greatness of such bands as The Beatles, The Beach Boys, and Simon & Garfunkel, and with two new originals and two covers, the Parallel Lives EP is a good primer for the uninitiated. More

Aug 19, 2010

The debut full-length from this Parisian chamber pop trio picks up where 2008’s highly touted Pop de Chambre EP left off. The band is named for The Beatles album of the same name, and the Fab Four comparisons are apt to a degree. More