Revolver was a heavily melodic shoegaze music group that released a trio of singles on Hut (Heaven Sent and Angel, Crimson, and Venice) a compilation of these singles, and something studio room LP before getting in touch with it quits in the first ’90s. Unlike a whole lot of the peers, Revolver centered on songs a lot more than noises, almost for an overambitious mistake. Shaped in London in 1990, the music group contains Mat Flint (electric guitar/vocals), Hamish Dark brown (bass), and Nick Dewey (drums). By 1993, Flint got joined Hot Fishing rod, who released an archive in 1993 on Caroline. He ultimately joined Loss of life in Vegas as their bassist.