UK pop punk band Project Revise have released their new single. 'Take the World' is a catchy, high-octane Pop Punk track inspired by the likes of Blink-182 and New Found Glory. It was entirely written in the rehearsal studio, together by all three band members. The music video features the band playing together - this was filmed in a skate park exclusively rented out earlier this year. The lyrics serve as a poignant reminder of life's unpredictability but also the thrill of adventure; the band wanted to inspire listeners to embrace their passion and chase their dreams in life.
Project Revise are a three-piece Pop Punk band from Worcestershire in the UK. Since forming in 2017 they have shared the stage with some incredible acts including Trash Boat, Between You & Me, Bronnie, [spunge], Youth Fountain, The Bottom Line and As Everything Unfolds. Project Revise are inspired by the likes of Blink-182, New Found Glory and Sum 41. The band's songs have been played on local BBC Introducing shows over a dozen times, in addition to being featured on Spotify playlists New Punk Tracks, Pop Punk's Not Dead, Skatepark Punks and Punk Unplugged. Their music is a rollercoaster of emotions, with lyrics touching on themes of love, heartbreak, self-discovery, and the ups and downs of life.