Stellar Revival on ‘Love, Lust and Bad Company,’ Touring + More
Miami based rock band Stellar Revival have debuted their first single ‘The Crazy Ones’ off of their upcoming album ‘Love, Lust and Bad Company,’ and the tune has been making a big impact on rock airwaves.
Stellar Revival are made up of vocalist Rino Cerbone, guitarists Steve Morgan and Ryan Spears, bassist Daniel Uricoli and drummer Andrew Koussevitzky . The band is also currently on a U.S. tour with Theory of a Deadman and Pop Evil; go here for a full list of cities and date.
When we asked bassist Daniel Uricoli a few questions, he dished on the band’s debut record, his definition of getting crazy on tour, being on the road with Theory of Deadman and Pop Evil, and more.
Talk about the new single ‘The Crazy Ones.’
‘The Crazy Ones’ is a homage to the people that are different and stand out – go against the grain, don’t take “no” for an answer. The song was inspired by a tattoo on Dan’s arm, he used to work for Apple and really loved the idea of being a “crazy one.”
You guys talk about being crazy in the song, what is one of the craziest things the band or one of the band members have done?
We are risk takers, we won’t hesitate to roll the dice to get to where we need to go and achieve the goals we want to achieve. We never take no for an answer – that’s our definition of “crazy.” Other than that, early morning brunch after a night of drinking, ha.
What can we expect from your debut album ‘Love, Lust and Bad Company’?
You can expect a little bit of all three — Love, Lust and Bad Company. There’s definitely something in there for everyone, from tracks like ‘Saving Grace’ and ‘Shattered’ to much heavier tracks like ‘Heart to Stone’ and ‘Watch You Walk Away.’ Tons of heavy riffs, deep grungy bass, big drums, beautifully sung melodies, a little piano – just wait and see, we promise you won’t be disappointed.
How would you describe your sound to someone who hasn’t heard your music yet?
The easiest way to describe it would be – it’s just good music. We don’t put up a front and write about things we haven’t all lived through. It’s very easy to connect with every song on our upcoming release. We can’t wait until you guys hear it!
You guys are on tour with Theory of a Deadman and Pop Evil How has that experience been?
Nothing less than amazing. The guys really accepted us with open arms and have made this trip a blast for us. It’s our maiden voyage as Dave Brenner (Theory) would call it – and it has been great. We love the fans we are making and we are having a blast doing it.
What does the name of the band Stellar Revival mean to you and how did you guys come up with it?
It’s our revival. We all grew up playing in local bands together, we like to think of it as the “all-star” team from South FL. Rino and I (Dan) were in a band called “Copasetic”, we used to play shows with Andrews old band “Westview” and Steve also played in the scene too, but was always out on tour with his band “All Thats Left” and Ryan – We used to trade off shows with his old band “21st Floor” up in Orlando. Stellar was a word that we had always admired. When we all started playing together about 3 years ago, I remember Rino looking around at all of us in the room and saying “Man, this is stellar” and it stuck. It’s a Stellar Revival of rock baby.
Stay tuned because Loudwire will also be exclusively premiering their video for ‘The Crazy Ones on Monday May 21. In the meantime, check out this video intro to the band below:
Stellar Revival EPK
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