Revelino premiere new video for “That’s What Emily Says”

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. A highlight of the veteran band’s live set, many fans [...]

Interview with Brendan Tallon – Revelino – Part 2

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Interview with Brendan Tallon – Revelino – Part 2

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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Revelino – Happiness Is Mine EP – Review

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Revelino – Happiness Is Mine EP – Review
by Killian Laher

The reissue of the debut album (covered here) comes with a bonus EP of six tracks.  Lead track is a remix of the glorious Happiness Is Mine.  Of the new tracks, Try It On is hard-hitting jangle rock in the mould of That’s What Emily Says.  This and The Only One Alive would certainly have fit in on the debut album.  Ennio is an Americana-tinged instrumental, an absolute guitar-fest with a nod to the recently deceased composer.  Place In The Sun starts out subdued and moody but erupts into guitar heaven.  A complete about turn for the final track Little Bird, a real rocker, almost reminiscent of The Clash’s Should I Stay Or Should I Go.

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