Watch: The Revivalists share psychedelic music video for 'Change'

Despite originally embarking on their musical endeavors back in 2007, it wasn't until The Revivalists' third studio album, Me Amongst Mountains(2015), that the band began to receive nationwide recognition. After Rolling Stone magazine named the band as one of the '10 Bands You Need to Know' acts, the grass rock band began to receive success on the music charts with singles like "Wish I Knew You" and "All My Friends" both reached number one on the Billboard Adult Alternative Songs chart. Now, the eight-man band has released the visuals to the third single entitled, "Change," off of their latest studio effort, Take Good Care.

The music video, directed by Zev Deans, shot at Meow Wolf in Santa Fe, New Mexico, features a young woman by the name of Alyssa who finds a way to sneak into a sold out concert. Throughout the visual presentation, the young woman attempts to escape from a hounding security guard as she inches closer to the band she is enamored with. The use of fluorescent lighting, wiggling wall after-effects, and experimentation with hues provided the visuals with a psychedelic aesthetic. 

Sonically, "Change" features a front-leading steel wire guitar, punchy key chords, accompanying guitar riffs, and perfectly synchronized drum pattern, all of which features a heavy reverb effect creating airy pockets within the instrumentation. Frontman vocalist, David Shaw, delivers a powerful performance displaying his vocal range throughout the composition. 

Be sure to check out the visuals to The Revivalists' latest single, "Change" in the video link provided above. Don't miss The Revivalists in a city near you on their current Take Good Care North American Tour. 

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