About the song, River Shook says:
I wrote Revelations about navigating the rough terrains of mental health with my partner while he worked back-breaking jobs like vending machine installation and home renovation, and I labored obsessively tracking new demos, touring 150 days a year, running a household, raising my son, and about how we still barely made ends meet despite having a killer work ethic. People who live paycheck to paycheck are some of the hardest working folks out there, and being broke all the time isn't always due to laziness or lack of effort. I wrote Revelations for working-class people and creatives trying our damnedest to live good lives and get through the day as best we can.
Paste Magazine says:
The title track showcases bandleader River Shook’s expertise in crafting narratives chalked [sic] full of sharp observation and potent emotion.
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