We proudly present to you the exclusive premiere of Clinton, Iowa-based metalcore outfit Under Paris’ new single “Revive,” off of their upcoming album on Imminence Records! The single kicks off the band’s rebranding and redefinement of sound, in which Under Paris embarks on something much more personal, calculated, and, to put it frankly, f*cking brutal.
“‘Revive’ is more than just a song to us. It’s a new beginning. It’s a fresh start. For me personally it’s about getting a lot of things of my chest and saying what I’ve been thinking and feeling for the past 2 years. You hear the phrase ‘turning the page’ a lot but this is so much more. This is us closing the book on what we use to be and starting something new. This is us, being honest and being real. This is us moving on, this is us growing. This is our Revive.” – Michael Alexander (vocalist)
Catch Under Paris on the Started From The Bottom… No One’s Here Tour
With Ashes Of My Regrets and Set For Tomorrow
8/26 – Beckley, WV – Mucheez Bar & Grille
8/27 – Kittaning, PA – Club Radio Active
8/30 – Anapolis, MD – Metropolitan Kitchen & Lounge
8/31 – Suffolk, VA – The Sanctuary
9/1 – Naugatuck, CT – Cooks Cafe
9/2 – East Wareham, MA – 3065 Live
9/3 – Evansville, IN – Sortie Arts & Music
9/4 – Saginaw, MI – Counter Culture
About Under Paris
Metalcore outfit Under Paris was formed in September of 2012 before wasting no time and releasing their first single, entitled “If the Drugs Don’t Work, Can You Drive Me Home?,” that featured Rene Lopez of Scarlett O’Hara. During the summer of 2012, the band wrote and recorded their acoustic EP Clean Lungs and released it August 23rd, 2012. The band continued to play countless shows with the likes of Beartooth and The Ghost Inside throughout the next year. Before hitting the studio in September 2013 to record their debut full band EP, entitled Our Stories, with Derek Moffat of 608 Studios. They released two singles from their Our Stories EP, “You’re Going Nowhere” and “Hold On Pain Ends,” before the EP was released January 5th, 2014. The latter single was released as the band’s first music video. Shortly after, the band went into the studio to record their first single, “Midwest Winters,” for their first full-length Transitions. The single would turn into the band’s second Music Video. Later that summer, the band finished recording the full length. In February 2015, the band announced that they had signed with Imminence Records and would release the full length in the spring.