The Revelries- “Little Things” in the NHL

Following their debut single, “Cliché Love,” The Revelries have recently released a second single- titled “Little Things.” Both tracks were produced by GRAMMY Award-Winning producer Matt Wallace, as well as the band’s own guitarist- Logan Maggio. 


“Little Things” has since been picked up by the National Hockey League, to be used throughout the 2021 Stanley Cup Finals during game broadcasts, highlight reels and more. The song first made it’s NHL debut during a video reel for the King Clancy Memorial Trophy, a humanitarian award won by Pekka Rinne of the Nashville Predators. 


Similarly to Rinne, The Revelries are also residing in Nashville, TN–with a shared passion for hockey! Frontman Beau Bailey stated the following about the opportunity: 


“’Little Things’ is our way of reminding everybody to step back and look at all the small things that make a big difference in your everyday life. This song’s all about enjoying life to its fullest extent and finding the good/positive in where you’re at. We wrote this one in the living room of our college house in Baton Rouge, LA, so having this song 

being used by the NHL is crazy and a dream come true for us.”

You can stream Little Things HERE and see the song’s NHL debut HERE.