The Revivalists have released a brand new single called “All My Friends.” The track is an early taste of the group’s fourth studio album, which is set for release this fall. Frontman David Shaw said about the tune, “‘All My Friends’ was really a true collaborative process between all of us. This one felt really good and natural. It’s a tune that has all the things we do as a band, all the genres, inside of it. It’s all there.” “All My Friends” was recorded in Nashville and produced by Grammy-nominated producer/songwriter Dave Bassett, who co-wrote the track with Shaw. Bassett’s previous producing and writing credits include Elle King and Vance Joy. As for the new LP, Shaw stated, “This album is a culmination of ten years of just hard work — working on ourselves as musicians, working on ourselves as people, working on ourselves being bandmates because it’s not just eight friends traveling around the world . . . it’s like we all have seven other significant others.” The new Revivalists album will follow up 2015’s Men Amongst Mountains, which featured the chart-topping Modern Rock radio smash “Wish I Knew You.” The Revivalists are currently on the road and will play a series of headlining and festival dates this fall, including David Shaw’s third annual Big River Get Down at RiversEdge Amphitheatre in his hometown of Hamilton, Ohio. Story source: Billboard