Jimmy & The Revolvers – The Morning Paper

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They do not come along as often as liked but this month sees another single from UK rockers Jimmy & The Revolvers, and just one more track which has the body swinging and pleasure flowing with consummate ease. The Morning Paper is a potently alluring mix of blues and jazz rock with indie and Brit pop which grips ears and feet from its first breath. Previous releases suggested that the Liverpool hailing band was one emerging proposition worth getting excited about, The Morning Paper is a confirmation.

Formed in 2013, Jimmy & the Revolvers quickly stirred attention with debut double A-sided single Aimee’s Song/Frosty. The end of that year saw the release of the Sunday Morning EP, another encounter earning open and increasing praise, and setting up 2014 for even stronger focus the way of the band. Radio play ensued whilst live the band went on to support Ian Skelly (former The Coral) amongst their own flood of successful gigs which included playing Liverpool Sound City. The unveiling of Whistle For My Love only stirred up more keen appetites and awareness that year, the single subsequently picked up for radio airing around the globe. This year has seen the quartet of vocalist/acoustic guitarist Jay Rehm, vocalist/bassist Kurt Riley, electric guitarist Jimmy Moon, and drummer Ash Michael continue to play shows up and down the UK as well as host a monthly club night in their home city. Now it is The Morning Paper poised to push the band into more ears and no doubt in turn, new welcoming hearts.

The song opens on the coaxing strum of Rehm’s guitar, a lure soon joined by the spicier tone of Moon’s strings and the crispy percussive bait laid by Michael. Within a few more breaths, the song is alight with the flames of brass and vibrant energy, a dynamic mix not too far from The Jam. A more relaxed stroll breaks out next but it too is just a moment in the fluid passage of the song; bluesy endeavour and that perpetual fire of brass subsequently entwining with country scented melodies and indie pop enterprise.

The track continues to saunter and leap as its persuasion gets stronger and more irresistible; building a feel good proposal sure to spark feet and hips into action and set a warm glow in emotions. Captivation is inescapable, from the song and the single package which also includes an acoustic live cut of Drink & The Devil Blues, a blues/folk hug as much seeded in nostalgic hues as it is a modern passion.

Produced by Carlo Variola of Ocean Waves Productions, The Morning Paper is one of those sparks that lights up any day, much as most of their songs to date.

The Morning Paper is out now via Ugly Man Records.

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Upcoming live date:

29/11 Manchester Gullivers

04/12 Birmingham Actress and Bishop

05/12 Stockport The Blossoms

19/12 Doncaster awaiting venue name

Pete RingMaster 24/11/2015

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Jimmy & The Revolvers – Whistle For My Love

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Rattling along with revelry in its feet and joyous enterprise in its heart, Whistle For My Love the new single from UK folk n roll band Jimmy & The Revolvers, is virulent contagion at its boisterous best. Fusing folk music and rock ‘n’ roll with a Merseybeat inspiration, the Liverpool quartet has been drawing a potent attention and following with their vibrant sound, something which the new single just might spark into the fullest national spotlight.

Formed in the early part of 2013, Jimmy & the Revolvers consists of vocalist/acoustic guitarist Jay Rehm, vocalist/bassist Kurt Riley, electric guitarist Jimmy Moon, and drummer Ash Michael. The foursome took little time in stirring up strong interest with their debut single in the June of their first year, the AA sided Aimee’s Song/Frosty. The following Sunday Morning EP which was released on New Year’s Eve 2013 triggered a much more potent interest, the band being featured as one of BBC 6 Music’s Tom Robinson’s Fresh Faves and gaining support slots alongside Ian Skelly (former The Coral). Now Whistle For My Love has its moment to push the band into a wider recognition and it is hard to think of it failing to earn Jimmy & The Revolvers a new wealth of acclaim.

Opening with a keen vocal croon within a melodic caress, thoughts swiftly grab comparisons to the Arctic Monkeys though they are soon driven aside by the unique stroll of jangling chords and hooks aligned to a deliciously broad and throaty bass enterprise. That alone grips the imagination with feet and emotions just as swiftly in tow but it is the glorious flame of brass which completes the heated seduction. The song is insatiable in its infectious devilry, potent spices of funk and reggae hinting their flavoursome additives into the vivacious stroll of summery rejoicing. Thanks to the brass calls there is an additional sultriness to the track which colours further the already boisterous enterprise and adventure of the melody fuelled song and fires up the passions and appetite just that little bit more.

Each summer has a particular track to rejoice to and bask in, a blazing anthem to remember it by, and this year’s, even though it is late in arrival, is without doubt Whistle For My Love.

Whistle For My Love is available now on digital download and Ltd CD Release.

http://www.jimmyandtherevolvers.com/

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