Reventure Release New Album & Single Video

Reventure release video for latest single ‘Maverick’ and their debut album


Electronic rock four-piece Reventure have revealed their video for latest single release ‘Maverick’, taken from their new album ‘Those Who Seek’. This album is self-produced by the band, with only the drums and vocals being recorded at The Ranch Production House.

Hailing from the South of the UK, Reventure have already been making a name for themselves; in 2011 they appeared as the house band on BBC Radio 1’s Switch Show hosted by Annie Mac and Nick Grimshaw and over the past few years have played at various UK festivals and supported the likes of The One Hundred and more.

For the past few months the band have solely focused on wiriting and recording Those Who Seek’, with BBC Introducing in The South having already showed support for the new record with single ‘Dopamine’ being aired on the show.

Their experimental sounds are said to appeal to fans of Enter Shikari and Bring Me The Horizon, bands who both fuse electronic and rock music with DIY ethos by experimenting with genres. Reventure’s new release explores how far the band can push their musical creativity and shows off what they have to give to the mix of genres.

“We have never stuck to one genre, nor adhered to a music scene. Reventure’s music blends inspiration drawn from pop culture, cinema and science. However, our focus has always been on live performance, with the goal of leaving our audiences captivated.” states bassist Andy Munro.

Their debut album ‘Those Who Seek‘ is out now.


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