Anyone with enough nous, to come up with a transcendental record title as good as ‘Futurecent’, is guaranteed to pique my attention.
The Orange Revival have nous in abundance, as a listen to their sophomore LP will quickly attest.
“Emerging from the depths of Sweden, the band The Orange Revival playing experimental rock n’ roll”, says the band’s webpage by way of humble, understated introduction.
The Orange Revival burst forth with their now long sold out, 2011 debut album ‘Black Smoke Rising’, (I know because I just spent an hour trawling the internet in vain, for a vinyl copy).
They then cemented their reputation with constant touring, a 7″ single ‘Lying In The Sand’, mastered by Sonic Boom whom they met during a tour with his band Spectrum, all topped off with two stops at Austin Psych Fest.