"I'm a Girl" is a song from the Danish band Reveal Party. A track that beautifully glides forward with guitars, synths and a generally slightly distorted sound. Something's cracking the surface. Everything is not harmonious.
This type of tension moves through the musical universe presented by Reveal Party.
Emily Holm Nyhuus is fronting Reveal Party, and "I'm a Girl" is a personal gender statement from a transgender person.
The personal is common to Reveal Party’s music. And when you listen you can’t help but feel you’re reading the pages of a diary. That's how intimate it feels.
The musical backdrop supports this idea perfectly.
The music is immediate, melancholic and at the same time completely exposed. The melodies are understated, gently noisy and almost with a lo-fi approach while Emily's vocals tell stories while baring herself. In other words, it's a perfect soundtrack to thoughtfulness and the more blue-tinted moments in life.
If you love the intimate spaces that Phoebe Bridgers, Julien Baker and Soccer Mommy can conjure up with their music, Reveal Party is just up your alley.
At Summer Days, Reveal Party will join forces with Brimheim. The two acts have previously worked together on the single ”You Skip My Turn”. So, we’re in the fortunate situation that they will give a concert in an extraordinary setup where the two acts join each other on stage and let their band members and repertoires merge. Two bands, one stage, so much love and a concert experience you won’t forget anytime soon.
Reveal Party performs at Summer Days on 4 July alongside Brimheim and Jung.