Fresh on the scene, brand new pop punk duo We The Revelry are making their debut with self reflective single “(I Wanna Be) Myself In Someone Else’s Life“!
The band are revealing themselves to the world today with their debut track. The band describes their new brand of pop punk in terms of this tasty recipe – “1 tsp of Paramore, 2 cups of Stand Atlantic, knead vigorously into an equal mixture of Taking Back Sunday and Blink 182 and then bake at an intensity of a Gordon Ramsay roasting. Serve hot or cold with sourdough.“
Written by songwriters Samantha Stobbart and Brendan Horn, mixed by Dave Petrovic (Tonight Alive, Dream On Dreamer, Hands Like Houses) and mastered by Don Bartley at Benchmark Mastering (Andrew Farriss, Busby Marou), the brand new single takes a self reflective theme.
Vocalist Samantha Stobbart explains that: “(I Wanna Be) Myself In Someone Else’s Life is about looking at who you are and what you do day to day. Are you who you want to be? Are you doing what you want to do, or what others expect of you? Are you letting other people’s expectations change your goals and dreams?”
We The Revelry songwriting pair Brendan (lead singer for emo band Madison Minor) & Sam met in primary school, attended the same music and art class in high school but didn’t make music together until 10 years later after reconnecting at their 10 year graduation anniversary. At that point, Sam had never written a song of her own – Brendan sent through a demo idea he had been working on for another musical project for Sam to experiment with. 48 hours later, she sent back a voice memo and the rest is now history!
(I Wanna Be) Myself In Someone Else’s Life was the first song Brendan & Sam wrote together in the same room and was written after recording a demo of Sam’s “audition” song.