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Album Review

Canada's Walk Off the Earth hit the world's cultural radar with a stunning video cover of Gotye's "Somebody That I Used to Know" that featured the bandmembers (Ryan Marshall, Gianni Luminati, Mike Taylor, Joel Cassady, and Sarah Nicole Blackwood) all playing one guitar at once, and it garnered some 70 million views on YouTube in two months, an astounding testament to the Internet's immense dispersal and distribution power. R.E.V.O. (an acronym for the band's motto, Realize Every Victory Outright) is Walk Off the Earth's third album, but given the limelight they now find themselves in, it will undoubtedly serve as most folks' introduction to this wonderful, intriguing, and conceptually accomplished band. The whole set has a bright, summery vibe, full of sharp harmonies, inventive, percussive arrangements, and solid, memorable songwriting. "Somebody That I Used to Know" is here, along with ten band-written songs, and it's a refreshing pop feast, with tracks like the opening declaration "R.E.V.O.," the striking "Red Hands," and the sweet as summer air "Summer Vibe" all revealing a confident, delightfully quirky, and endlessly inventive band having fun and delivering a kind of lightly experimental sunshine pop for the 21st century, complete with huge choruses, xylophones and trinkets, maverick rhythms, and a charming, fun spirit of adventure.

Customer Reviews

Hear the difference.

There's a difference between WOTE's music and the music of other pop singers: With them, it's just a bunch of (very talented) people playing music because they love it. And it shows.

Does it get any better than WOTE

I've been in love with this band for over a year, and was waiting for this album for so long. I had to get it the day it came out and am I glad I did. I can't say there is a single song that I wouldn't want to jam out too on this album. Supporting an up and coming canadian band always feels good, and WOTE is one to support all the way. The future is bright for these guys, and I can't wait to see where it takes them!

amazing.

No one compares. You guys are just amazing.

Biography

Formed: 2006 in Toronto, Ontario, Canada

Genre: Pop

Years Active: '00s, '10s

One part folk-pop, one part sketch group, and one part quirky musical experimenters, Canadian band Walk Off the Earth formed in 2006 in Burlington, Ontario. Made up of multi-instrumentalists Ryan Marshall, Gianni Luminati, Mike Taylor, Joel Cassady, and Sarah Nicole Blackwood, the band has become known for its innovative cover songs, which feature the group members trading instruments with one another midsong or elaborate one-take performances where the song is built piece by piece by a single member...
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