Lane 8's brand new album is an introspective search for a more hopeful tomorrow.
In the lead-up to the "Run" producer's first album since 2020, he previewed a kaleidoscopic offering of singles. While tracks like "Automatic" (with Solomon Grey) and "What Have You Done To Me?" (with Arctic Lake) showcased the melancholic deep house sound Lane 8 fans have come to know and love, he wasn't intent on simply rehashing history.
The album's titular track "Reviver" and "Nuclear Lethargy" bring a distinctly energizing new flare to the producer's discography that in some respects feels like his preparation for the festival stage. Lane 8 has become a relatively new favorite on the festival circuit and will be playing Coachella and Bonarroo, among other major events this year.
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From a songwriting perspective, the additional tracks shaping Reviver help to paint a sonic story of perseverance. The tone is set by the album's opener, "Survive," in which Channy Leaneagh describes the prospect of finding a slim silver lining in uncertain times. The mood continues through tracks like "Together" and bubbles with increasingly growing optimism on instrumentals like "Closer" and "Trampoline Counting Stars."