The Revivalists Praise Billie Eilish And Call Her An 'Undeniable Talent'

It's safe to say that just about everyone is a massive fan of Billie Eilish. From Green Day's Billie Joe Armstrong to Walk The Moon, the alt rock scene has nothing but praise for the 18-year-old.

Now, we can add The Revivalists to that list. On Tuesday (February 11), David Shaw and Rob Ingraham headed over to Reddit for an AMA (ask me anything) and answered a ton of burning fan questions.

One fan asked the guys, “What new music from other artists have you been listening to?” and they wasted no time applauding the “all the good girls go to hell” singer.

“It's undeniable! Billie Eilish. Timeless voice. Needs no production. Give her a guitar and her voice, and ya know. It's undeniable,” Ingraham wrote. “She's an undeniable talent. An undeniable way of reaching the youth of today, as well. She's singing their song, ya know?” Shaw chimed in to agree saying, “the talent there is unbelievable.”

The guys revealed they are also massive Lizzo fans and gave accolades to The Band Camino, Beck, Sharon Van Etten and more. See what else they had to say here.

At the end of last month, The Revivalists surprise-dropped a brand-new EP, Made In Muscle Shoals, along with a new song, “Bitter End.” The seven-song EP features new recordings of other songs of theirs including “Wish I Knew You,” “Oh No,” “You And I,” “Change,” and “All My Friends.” They also cover the Bee Gees’ “To Love Somebody.”

“I think for the Muscle Shoals EP, most of it was trying to make alternative versions of song off Take Good Care, just because it's the newest stuff and we wanted a new take on the freshest stuff,” Ingraham wrote during the AMA. “We wanted to do it like they do it in Muscle Shoals — it was less of a 'I have a vision for this song to be something specific' and more like, 'This is stuff that's been in our head and we've been workshopping.'”

The Revivalists recently added more dates to their already massive Into The Stars Tour. The band will be hitting cities like Chicago, Nashville, St. Louis, and Detroit. Check out all the dates below.

Into The Stars Tour dates:

February 28 Mashantucket, CT @ The Grand Theater at Foxwoods Resort Casino#

February 29 Washington, DC @ The Anthem#

March 3 Toronto, ON @ Phoenix Concert Theatre#

March 4 Harrisburg, PA @ Harrisburg University#

March 6 Detroit, MI @ The Fillmore#

March 7 Columbus, OH @ Newport Music Hall#

March 10 St. Louis, MO @ The Pageant#

March 11 Madison, WI @ The Sylvee#

March 13 Minneapolis, MN @ The Fillmore#

March 14 Chicago, IL @ Byline Bank Aragon Ballroom#

March 16 Nashville, TN @ Brooklyn Bowl

March 18 Norfolk, VA @ The NorVa

March 20 Bensalem, PA @ XCite Center at Parx Casino#

March 21 New York, NY @ Radio City Music Hall#

April 10 Charlotte, NC @ The Fillmore Charlotte*

April 11 Asheville, NC @ U.S. Cellular Center*

April 14 Wilmington, NC @ Greenfield Lake Amphitheater*

April 15 Raleigh, NC @ The Ritz*

April 17 St. Petersburg, FL @ Jannus Live*

April 18 Key West, FL @ Key West Amphitheater*^

April 21 Huntsville, AL @ Mars Music Hall*

April 22 Oxford, MS @ The Lyric Oxford*

April 24 Atlanta, GA @ SweetWater 420 Fest

May 2 New Orleans, LA @ The Fillmore &

May 9 Spicewood, TX @ Spicewood Vineyards $#@

May 22 Houston, TX @ House of Blues Houston

May 23 Tulsa, OK @ Osage Casino - Skyline Event Center

May 27 Chattanooga, TN @ Riverbend Festival

May 28 St. Augustine, FL @ St. Augustine Amphitheatre

May 30 North Charleston, SC @ Volvo Car Stadium

June 12 Morrison, CO @ Red Rocks Amphitheatre !&

# with Tank and the Bangas

* with PJ Morton

^ with Stephen Marley

$ with Lake Street Dive

@ with Strand of Oaks

& with Neal Francis

! with Preservation Hall Jazz Band

Photos: Getty Images

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