Deliciously tranquil mood driven Rock, New York based Audio Revival, sport a soothing vocal combined with weighty and hard hitting drums as their foundation. Founded in 2012, the group is still very early in their career, yet have a polished edge to them and a look that’s hard to argue. In a genre defined by hooks, this band succeeds in creating an almost easy listening atmosphere to its records. Background listening or immersion both work for their record. Their use of harmonies occasionally give a subtle nod to greats like Queen. Give these guys a listen…see what you think.
[Official Bio] Audio Revival is a rock band formed in early 2012 in New York City. Following in the footsteps of the chieftains of the day such as Muse, the Black Keys and Foo Fighters, they seek to uphold the rock institution.
Audio Revival’s sound is founded on the plethora of influences engrained in them by the music of their formative years and parents’ record collections. Through various styles, they leave no stone unturned in their quest to deliver something identifiable yet unparalleled.
A strong trio of musicians drives Audio Revival’s signature sound. Ben DeFusco mans lead guitar with peerless skill, while bassist Chad Flaherty and drummer Steve Purcell deliver a driving pocket. The three have developed strong chemistry while playing together for the past five years, fueling lead singer Jake Flaherty. Flaherty’s powerful voice and high-energy stage presence round out the band, creating a truly unique, powerful quartet. You can find them on the web at www.audiorevival.com, Twitter, YouTube, Facebook and www.reverbnation.com/audiorevival