Brisbane pop rock outfit, The Reversals are headed to The Cambridge Hotel on Wednesday February 11 in support of their latest single release ‘Squeeze’.
The trio of musicians have been working to create their new sound from a mixture of varying influences, both old and new.
“The concept was simple. We wanted to get out of our comfort zone and create a sound that pushed all of our pre-conceived musical boundaries… and have a lot of fun doing it,” says lead singer Nathanael Hubbard about recording ‘Squeeze’.
The story behind the song was originally conceived when two members of the band were reading international bestselling novel ‘Gone Girl’ by Gillian Flynn while travelling to a music festival in North Queensland. The poisonous relationship between the two main characters in the book sparked the inspiration for the song. “The explosive journey of their relationship really fascinated us,” says guitarist Patrick Gundersen.
From the get-go the track harnesses a raw energy of fast paced rock ’n’ roll combined with melodic synth lines, Beatlesque harmonies and a funky guitar party-vibe breakdown. With one foot in the past and one in the future, ‘Squeeze’ is bursting with infectious twists and memorable hooks.
WHAT: The Reversals
WHEN: Wednesday February 11
MORE INFO: http://www.thereversals.com/