The New Revolt Revolt Hits Boise 

Neurolux, Dec. 28

A lot has happened for Boise rockers Revolt Revolt of late. The band spent the fall of 2010 on a nationwide tour opening for Built to Spill, then hit the road again in 2011, spending nearly one-third of the year bringing its sound--all grunge guitars and shimmery vocals--to the masses.

Along the way, the band said goodbye to drummer Jasin Serna (who left to join Pirahnas), laid down tracks for a new album and added an extra guitarist.

Now it's almost like the Revolt Revolt Boiseans have come to know has been overthrown by a potentially more mighty band, one ready to make those long months on the road really count.

If you want to see what the new Revolt Revolt looks like before the group hits the road again for some unofficial showcases at SXSW, swing by Neurolux Wednesday, Dec. 28. Be sure to wear your revolution pants.

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