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Revolution Above Disorder ~ Scream Quietly

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Revolution Above Disorder ~ Scream Quietly

Dublin postpunk / nugaze / electro artist Revolution Above Disorder presents the single 'Scream Quietly', paying tribute to the groundbreaking band Television Personalities and the songwriting genius of Dan Treacy.

Revolution Above Disorder is the solo moniker of Vancouver-based Dubliner Stephen Nicholas White (The Orange Kyte, House of Dolls, Magic Shoppe). Revolution Above Disorder’s music is a melting pot of post-punk, psychedelic rock and electronic music. This is guitar-based rock augmented by synths, drum machines and heavily treated instrumentation with haunting reverb-soaked vocals.

"The lofi outsider-art indie-pop of Dan Treacy's Television Personalities occupies a place in my heart all of its own. Stylistically all over the map, Treacy's four decades (and counting) of off-kilter demonstrations of punk and psychedelia are held together by the emotional depth of the songwriting and the vocal delivery, which sees Treacy careering unconstrained from acerbic, to playfully whimsical, to heartbroken and vulnerable. Beautiful," says Stephen Nicholas White.

This cover originally appeared on 'Mummy, Mummy Please Look At Me: A Tribute to the Television Personalities', released via Dandy Boy Records.

Revolution Above Disorder recently debuted with 'Illuminate', a 3-track offering that was produced, mixed and mastered at Jacknife Sound by Jason Corbett of ACTORS, which also featured all other members of ACTORS' (Shannon Hemmett and Kendall Wooding on backing vocals, Adam Fink on drums) and Josiah Webb of Magic Shoppe on guitar.  

The video, directed and edited by Eliot Galán of Galán Films, stars Analissa Longoria and Mat Durie. Dublin-based artist Delta Omega a.k.a. Conor Paxton (House of Dolls, Buffalo Sunn, The Brothers Movement) also contributed the more dance-oriented 'Illuminate (Delta Omega Remix)'.

As of January 11, 'Scream Quietly' will be available via Apple MusicSpotify and elsewhere digitally. It can already be downloaded via Bandcamp, where the debut single 'Illuminate' is also available.

"Takes the prize for the perfect nugaze single... if White were looking for a sonic something that balanced out the familiar and innovative, something cold yet calming, something futuristic while rooted in retro electro, then he has solidly hit the nail on the head here" ~ The Spill Magazine  

"Vancouver’s cityscape may very well have a subliminal (if not plainly evident) impact on the dark cold and awesome prism through which he channels the better elements of such bands as The Jesus and Mary Chain, Spiritualized, Lush and Catherine Wheel" ~ Amplify Music Magazine

“I love working with Stephen. There’s a trust and flow that spawns a real magic in the music. You can hear the adventure in the songs" ~ Jason Corbett (ACTORS, Jacknife Sound)

"Vocally it’s haunting, and instrumentally, darkly compelling" ~ PunkRockBeat 


Revolution Above Disorder

Scream Quietly

Jacknife Sound

Release: 📌 11 January 2022

Produced, mixed and mastered by Jason Corbett at Jacknife Sound  
'Scream Quietly' written by Dan Treacy
Performed by Stephen Nicholas White
Drums by Adam Fink of ACTORS
Cover artwork and graphics by Stephen Nicholas White

© Photos by Analissa Longoria

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