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Walk Off the Earth Display Range on 'R.E.V.O.' – EP Premiere

Internet breakout stars deliver their four-song debut

October 22, 2012 8:00 AM ET
Full Album Premiere: Walk Off The Earth, 'R.E.V.O.'
Walk Off The Earth, 'R.E.V.O.'
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After blowing up the Internet with their cover of Gotye and Kimbra's "Somebody That I Used to Know," Walk Off the Earth are ready to deliver their debut EP, R.E.V.O.. The band's original work mirrors their cleverly arranged covers: opener "Red Hands" explodes with xylophone, walls of drums and anthemic chants, while "Speeches" rambles and shakes with an aggressive acoustic guitar that leads a delicate horn section. Closer "Summer Vibe" changes pace, cruising with breezy, sandy melodies, harmonica licks, carefree lyrics and more spirited group chants

R.E.V.O. will be released October 30th.

Listen to R.E.V.O.:

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