The Uncharted have shared their new track, “Revival” along with the video. The song is taken off their upcoming debut EP Perspectives, out September 28th.
“Revival” was the last song written for the EP, and was inspired by a passage in The Brothers Karamozov by the Russian novelist Dostoevsky – The profound ideas of choosing to live even if life means nothing, in spite of all the pain and suffering that we face on our journeys.
“We already had the beginnings of an idea for Revival when our new management joined the team. Josh, our guitarist, took these and wrote the framework of the song in a few hours. We all chipped in, tweaked and refined the parts, instrumentation, and lyrics, then 8 days later we had a completed demo. We took this back to our producer, Dan Kerr (Avenue Studios) to record the following month. It’s probably the quickest we’ve ever written and recorded a song.
We’re completely delighted with how Revival came out. It rounds off the EP perfectly and ending with what we’d consider as one of our biggest beatdowns to date. It’s become a favourite track for us and always seems to go down amazingly with our audience.”
‘REVIVAL’ FROM THE DEBUT EP: ‘PERSPECTIVES’ OUT NOW!