Revis is an American post-grunge band from Carbondale, Illinois. They released one major label album, Places for Breathing, in 2003 before disbanding in 2005. The band reunited five years later and are currently gaining great momentum.
Revis signed with Epic Records to start work on their first album at NRG Recording (North Hollywood). Some of their demo songs would end up on their debut album; others were written during NRG's recording session. The end result was a debut album entitled Places for Breathing, which was released on May 20, 2003.
After touring with popular groups like Linkin Park, Pearl Jam, Evanescence, and Fuel. Revis scored two rock radio hits, "Caught in the Rain," which was featured in the movie Daredevil, and "Seven." Their album debuted at #1 on Billboard's Heatseekers chart, selling 10,000 copies in its opening week, and peaked at #115 on the Billboard Top 200. Despite the band's rising popularity, in late 2004, Revis individually went different directions and would ultimately be dropped from Epic Records.
In response to fan enthusiasm, Revis reunited and immediately began writing and recording material in late 2010.
Revis is currently working with Jay Baumgardner at NRG Recording Studios in North Hollywood, and will continue to release new songs in support of their upcoming tour. The band has secured radio play in several markets in the Midwest. Their sophomore effort, Do We Have to Beg? will be released on May 20, 2011 which coincides with the 8 year anniversary of the release of Places For Breathing. Revis starts their "Turnstyle Tour" on May 8 at Welcome to Rockville in Jacksonville, FL.