Introduce yourself and your music:
We are ReVerbed, an aggressive UK pop-punk band based in Brighton.

How would you describe your sound and lyric style?
To be honest, we simply write about our lives and experiences. We went through a lot – individually and together – through the course of writing the album. We all went to University, got jobs, had different relationships at one point or another, and so we wrote about the real things we went through and the feelings we had. Our sound is aggressive, passionate and honest, heavy riffs with pop punk melodies. We describe it as aggressive, pop-punk.

Who are your main influences?
We all grew up listening to bands such as Blink-182, Sum 41, Taking Back Sunday, so we are influenced by them greatly. We love energetic and passionate sounding music so we hope to include that in our songs too.

What are you working on now?
We released our latest mini album ‘This Machine’ in November last year which you can download from the usual places [iTunes, Spotify etc] and purchase physical copies from reverbed.co.uk We are now already working on our next release, and will be recording over the Summer. It’s set to be released at the end of the year.

Are you touring now?
We’ve recently finished a mini tour, but we’re now booking for the Summer. Some of our dates have already been announced on our social networking sites.

What can people expect at your live gigs?
Energy, aggression, passion and a lot of sweat! We always pride ourselves on our live performance’s – giving 110% every show. We want our audience to know we’re enjoying it just as much as they are.

Where can people check out your music?
Our music is available from our website and all the usual places; YouTube, iTunes & Spotify.



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