Reverend And The Makers

‘ThirtyTwo’ is a heavyweight pop statement. Such a poised, deliberate work isn’t what we’d expected from a band whose course has for the most part seemed plotted with an all-or-nothing, damn the torpedoes recklessness. Reverend & The Makers’ output has been delivered strictly on their terms, leaving a ruptured trail of memories in its wake, from sell-out stadiums and top ten singles, to moments of near annihilation. While the conversation surrounding the band since their 2007 debut The State of Things has often occupied a realm of goofy hysteria, the releases themselves have raided the charts with incrementally mounting intensity.