EDGEOUT Records and Nashville-based pop-rock trio The Revelries are excited to present “Cliché Love,” the band’s latest single and bold introduction to 2021. Produced by GRAMMY® Award-winning producer Matt Wallace (The Replacements, Faith No More, Maroon 5), “Cliché Love” is an energized, pop-rock breakup anthem serving as the band’s first official offering in two years. “I’ve always loved the idea of ‘cliché’ sayings because most of them, if not all of them, are true,” frontman Beau Bailey said. “This song is about having your heart broken and then saying, ‘Forget all this breakup stuff. Gimme that Hollywood, cheesy, over-the-top cliché love’.”
The Revelries began late one night in the Fall of 2016, when lead singer Beau Bailey and drummer John Lewis decided to get together to jam in a Louisiana State University dorm room. The two wasted no time getting things moving and rapidly infiltrated the local Baton Rouge music scene. Performing their own version of high-energy, U.K.-style pop-rock, the band quickly went from playing small, local dives to bars, private events, and venues all across the Southeast.