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The Last Revel at Fine Line
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The Last Revel

Friday, December 8
8:00 pm

Fine Line

318 1st Ave N, Minneapolis, MN 55401

The Last Revel

at The Fine Line, Minneapolis, Friday, Dec. 8

Doors 8 p.m. | Music 9 p.m.


Enter for a chance to win passes to this show.

The Current is pleased to offer a ticket giveaway to this concert. Enter by noon (CDT) on Thursday, November 30, for a chance to win a pair of passes to this concert. One (1) winner will receive two guest list spots to The Last Revel at the Fine Line on Friday, December 8.

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The Last Revel

In February 2022, The Last Revel recorded at RiverRock Studios in Minneapolis, MN with longtime friend and producer/engineer Kevin Israel. There was an energy present in the studio that was overwhelming and genuinely emotional. They carved out five new songs that will be released as an EP by May 2022. The intensity of their joyous reunion shines through each song with new textures and thunderous rejoicing. The time spent apart led to some incredible personal growth and speaks through their music more honestly than ever before. They describe this latest chapter as a testament to friendship, forgiveness, and celebration with a grateful nod to the struggles we all work through together.

The first single to be released is entitled, Welcome To Hell. It strives to strike a balance between themes of our seemingly deteriorating civilization and the levity that comes from the boredom we often experience at the DMV. These themes are highlighted as metaphors for the nihilism felt towards the end of failing relationships. The song was born from one simple phrase. There are only two kinds of relationships, those where you are happy and comfortable and those where you are too afraid to end it. It is a strange phenomenon most humans share when we would rather live in a familiar hell than leave in search of something better.