A book and DVD will also be available, and don't miss them on tour in November.
Reverend & The Makers are back already with their fifth studio album 'Mirrors'; and it's so good, even hard-to-please Noel Gallagher has some positive words to say about it. The musical project also incorporates other medias, including a DVD and book release this Autumn.
Reverend & The Makers to launch their creative project 'Mirrors'
'Mirrors' is a forthcoming concept album which the Sheffield indie five-piece recorded partly at the local 2 Fly Studios, and also in Jamaica's Geejam Studios. It has been produced by the band's former guitarist Dave Sanderson alongside Alan Smyth (Pulp, Arctic Monkeys) with mixing from Youth. The epic first track entitled 'Black Widow' will be available immediately with all album pre-orders. A psychedelic number featuring exotic drums, scuzzy guitars and drowned out vocals, it's the perfect hazy summer anthem to bring the sun into the Fall.
It is apt that this review comes almost two months after the release of John "Reverend" McClure's latest full-length, in reference to both it's name and style. The album's title is the band's twitter 'handle', an idea that is extremely ham-fisted and one that will only hasten the sell-by date of a product that upon creation already felt dated.
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Reverend and The Makers are an up and coming band hailing from Sheffield. They have developed a cult underground following and word about their music is spreading on a daily basis.
With a unique sound that will make you get up and shake your body all over the shop, they are definitely a band worth going to see live.
Read this exclusive interview with the Reverend (Aka Jon McClure) before their recent gig at The Faversham in Leeds.
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