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The Revivalists may have more "firepower," but they're still "just a rock band"

ABC/Randy HolmesThe Revivalists will launch a U.S. tour in support of their new album Take Good Care tonight in Washington, D.C.  The trek finds the "All My Friends" rockers playing the biggest venues of their career, which they say has allowed them to step up their production a bit.

"We're gonna have a little more firepower in that situation," vocalist David Shaw tells ABC Radio.

However, Shaw doesn't think the band will go too crazy in that regard.

"Honestly, we're just a rock band," he says. "So it's not gonna be a lot of frills...We just try to come out there and play the songs."

"We just deliver the goods, pretty much," adds guitarist Zack Feinberg.

The Revivalists will be busy on the road into April, but they have a few other things in the work, too. Feinberg is particularly excited about a few potential video ideas.

"I have some pretty hilarious ideas that I look forward to executing on for real, following through," he says. "It's gold, I'm telling you. It's gold."

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