“Little Love,” Revel In Romance’s debut single released Valentine’s Day 2015, might just provide more than words can offer for this five-piece band.
“Everything from intricate guitar riffs, killer rhythm pieces, meaningful lyrics and a groove that defines our journey over the last year. And we were able to capture it in a song.” - Saxony, lead singer of Revel In Romance.
Revel In Romance has been hard at work touring the Southeast completing and promoting the songs that will be on their debut album (produced by 'Mama' Jan Smith and co-produced by Jesse Owen Astin and Shawn Grove) slated to be released summer 2016.
The road was paved in part, thanks to a Grammy Prize, when the original members; Saxony, Devin and Parker released an acoustic EP entitled “Stripped” and were featured with a double page spread in Eide Magazine. Performance highlights for the trio included: Opening for the Band Perry, Six Flags over Ga, and landing a featured performer slot for the 2014 Atlanta New Year's Eve Peachdrop. Though successful, acoustic wasn't the trio's vision. Shortly after the release of "Stripped" the band added their drummer, Mark, (who'd previously played such acts as The Jonas Brothers, Keith Urban and Kenny Chesney). Then, with a vigorous audition process, added bassist, Remington, to make Revel in Romance complete.
Their first weekend together as a full band, began with a live performance of their song “Little Love” on Balcony TV. The resulting video went to #1 in the World on the Balcony TV Global Charts (the same charts as Mumford & Sons, Foxes, Edward Sharpe, and others), and stayed there Winning the BTV People’s Choice Award. By November, they sold out Hard Rock Atlanta's Velvet Underground and wrapped the year up by performing as the rock group chosen for SESAC's holiday party at Terminal West.
Parker, rhythm guitarist for the group said during an interview with Rockstar Dreams, “We can’t believe where this year has gone. Being able to work with top producers like Mama Jan Smith on our album, releasing an awesome single for people to hear our sound, and being supported by such great fans really puts our music into perspective."