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REVERENDS - The Disappearing Dreams of Yesterday

REVERENDS - The Disappearing Dreams of Yesterday

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Atlanta psych 5-piece Reverends drifted into our musical landscape in 2016 with a sole 7″ pulsating with Psychocandy fuzz called Dark Demon, then quickly followed up the hype with a full-length the same year. Titled Derealization Blues, it was immediately evident from the first note that these guys weren’t just one-trick ponies. Cutting their teeth into the gospel comedown of Primal Scream, driving krautrock rhythms, Britpop swagger and all the while maintaining that heaping helping of shoegaze godliness, Reverends became a lot of psych fans’ new favorite group. Well, friends, they’re back with a long-awaited follow-up titled The Disappearing Dreams of Yesterday.

Never ones to stay comfortable, the band is flirting with new inspirations again. Sometimes I… combines the forlorn cosmic country stylings of Beachwood Sparks and their forefathers The Flying Burrito Brothers while That Was Hell drifts alongside the ecstacy-fueled Storm in Heaven era of The Verve. Trust your instincts here, yall. If you get down on psych sounds old and new, Reverends should fit snugly and comfortable in your collections.

-David Hampton (

Rev. Dandy Lee Strickland
Kyle Jones
Andy Watts
Matt Boehnlein
Henry Jack Buxbaum

Mgmt, Special Assistance, Live Projections: Bennett Girardot

The Disappearing Dreams of Yesterday:
Produced by Reverends
Recorded at the Manor in Atlanta, Georgia, USA
Recorded and Engineered by Matt Boehnlein
Assisted by Andy Watts
Mixing and mastering by: James Scott at Populist Recording in Chicago, Illinois, USA
Additional mixing by : Matt Boehnlein
Mgmt and special assistance: Bennett Girardot
Cover photo: Jud Muir
Copyright 2019 SomeHighSongs
Nashville Cobra photos: Amber Davis
Star Bar and The Earl photos: Chris Beat

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