Chart-topping rock band The Revivalists have released a brand new album track “Down In The Dirt” today from their forthcoming studio album Pour It Out Into The Night (out June 2 via Concord Records), as lead radio single “Kid” remains at #1 at AAA for the second week in a row (their fourth career #1 at the format) and Top 5 at Alternative Radio.
Featuring a stark, driving guitar line, a rootsy melody, and warm melodic vocal harmonies, “Down In The Dirt” paints a portrait of the intersection of family, childhood, and religion.
“‘Down in the Dirt’ is like a mini family epic that reckons with the big questions of life. I was inspired to write this song after happening upon a performance by ‘Southern Gothic’ New Orleans folk trio called The Wanting. I was struck by their song called ‘Dark Road.’ (Chris Jacob is credited as a co-writer on the song for the inspiration). So, I listened back to that song while walking my dog the next day and the first lines of ‘Down in the Dirt’ popped in my head, and I completed the song over the next few months before the world went on pause for the pandemic,” says Zack Feinberg.
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