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Walk Off the Earth Ready for Victory on 'R.E.V.O.' – Album Premiere

Canadian rockers return with their full-length debut

March 11, 2013 12:05 PM ET
Walk Off The Earth
Walk Off The Earth
Shawn Van Daele

Click to listen to Walk Off the Earth's R.E.V.O.

After releasing a joyous EP last fall, Canada's Walk Off the Earth return March 19th with their full-length debut, R.E.V.O. – an acronym for the band’s motto, "Realize Every Victory Outright." Starting with the title track, the album adds six infectious, anthemic new songs to the four that were on the EP, along with the Walk Off the Earth's cover of Gotye's "Somebody That I Used to Know," which has racked up more than 147 million YouTube views. 

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