Twitter is a fickle social media platform that when it works, it has the power to change things and change them quickly. Think about it, the news of the mission to rid the world of Osama Bin Laden started with one little tweet. Ask Brett Favre or Anthony Weiner about the power in those 140 characters. This is a music site though, so what does all of this have to do with us and specifically Stellar Revival? Well, the band has been signed to Capitol Records for close to, if not over two years. They toured relentlessly to promote their debut single The Crazy Ones and garnered thousands of fans along the way. The problem is, their album has yet to be released and from the looks of things, the fans have had enough. They’re hoping the power of Twitter can change the suits minds at Capitol.
Taking to their twitter accounts, the fans are bombarding Capitol Records with questions, concerns and even pleas like these:
— Caitlin Kinser (@caitlinmarie89) June 20, 2013
— ChristineZettelmeier (@blueyedDRKAngel) June 19, 2013
— Donovan Killgallon (@FabioKillgallon) June 19, 2013
Even their street teams getting involved!
— StellarRevivalUKFans (@CrazyOnesArmyUK) June 18, 2013
You’re only young once, so I can see the issue here. The clock is ticking and the fans are eager for more. For a band that has only one true single and one other song available for consumption, this is a lot of noise. I’ve heard the album and if you are a fan of bands like Theory Of A Deadman, Black Stone Cherry, or Papa Roach, you’re going to love the album.