Don't forget to support Revelino's very own Brendan Tallon on the release of his Solo debut album "Love In These Times" released this Friday! The album will be available from all good record shops from Friday & also available to order online if you can't make it to your local shop. brendantallon.ie/shop/ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nMGiImqThbs Love,Team Revelino!
REVELINO – NEW SINGLE ‘DON’T LEAD ME DOWN’ REMASTERED PLUS NEW VIDEO FEATURING FOOTAGE FROM CLASSIC IRISH MOVIE ‘I WENT DOWN’ RELEASED THIS FRIDAY NOV 27TH ALONG WITH THE SECOND PRESSING OF THEIR SOLD OUT VINYL DEBUT ALBUM Check out the new video……… https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xg3JfFQOyS0 ‘Don’t Lead Me Down’ is the fourth single to be released [...]
Revelino: Shane Rafferty, Bren Berry, Alan "Monty" Montgomery, Bren Tallon, and Ciaran Tallon Following the sold-out success of the remastered re-issue of their much-loved 1994 debut album, Dublin band Revelino will release live favourite That's What Emily Says as a single on this week's Bandcamp Friday. https://www.youtube.com/embed/yxj_elkM4Ck A highlight of the veteran band’s live set, many fans [...]
Revelino have the biggest-selling vinyl album in Ireland this week with the re-release and remaster of their 1994 debut album. The critically acclaimed album also hit Number 11 on the Official Irish Albums Chart following the record's first ever vinyl pressing. https://www.youtube.com/embed/0ewLFskgEXM Revelino: Left to right - Shane Rafferty, Bren Berry, Alan "Monty" Montgomery, Bren Tallon, [...]
No More Workhorse had a chat with Brendan Tallon, of Revelino about the reissue of their debut album. You can read what we thought about the album here.
Were you and the band listening to much music at the time? What would you say were the influences on the album?
Personally, I was listening to The Beatles mostly. Of course, there was lots of other stuff we would play in the van on the way to gigs and living together in the house we would listen to all kinds of stuff. We had a broad taste in music between the 5 of us but around then we were listening to Television, Sonic Youth, Echo & The Bunnymen, Teenage Fanclub, The Long Riders, The La’s, The Flying Burrito Brothers, Frank Black, plus a lot of punk & post-punk. We were also listening…
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