The Noise Revival Orchestra

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The Noise Revival Orchestra
Origin Austin, Texas, USA
Genres Indie Rock, Orchestral Pop, Art Rock
Years active 2004–present
Labels Indierect
Members Nathan Felix
Ben Humphries
Vince Pierce
Josh Brown
Daniela Nunez
Josh Frank
Jeffrey Elliott
Heather Coleman
Jessica June Kim
Past members Kim Charlotte
Alexa Skilicorn
Amber Nepodal
Stephen Felix
Aaron Calhoun
Gary Delgado
Allie Attal
Candice Jackson
Zach Buie
Jerry Carroll
Agnes Savich
Adam Owens
Eddie Reyna

The Noise Revival Orchestra is an orchestral indie collective based in Austin, Texas. Formed in 2004 as a 4 piece by Nathan Felix, The Noise Revival Orchestra has grown to a 13 to 17 piece orchestra.

In 2008, the band was featured on mtvU Ahead of the Curve.[1] In 2009, The Noise Revival's "Days n Daze" was used in the PSA video[2] for Institute for Democratic Education in America.

In May 2010, Nathan Felix traveled to Denmark with The House of Songs to participate in a three-day intensive songwriting collaboration and to perform at SPOT[3] and Inter SPOT as part of The Austin Five.[4] The Noise Revival Orchestra released Songs of Forgiveness in the spring of 2011 and subsequently toured Denmark, Iceland, & the Faroe Islands to support it.

In 2014, The Noise Revival Orchestra, did a tour in Taiwan and Japan highlighted by festival dates where TNRO performed for crowds of 35,000 and 50,000 at the Taichung Jazz Festival.

Felix is currently writing the film score for an upcoming Andrew Shapter film entitled "The Teller and The Truth". The film is set to be released in 2015 as well as premiering is 2nd symphony, Neon Heaven, at SPOT Festival in 2015. .


  • To the Seven Churches in the Province of Asia (2004)
  • Live Tour EP (2005)
  • TNROEP (2007)
  • Farilya EP (2009)
  • BMBT (2010)
  • Songs of Forgiveness (2011)


  1. ^ "The Noise Revival". mtvU Video. 
  2. ^ "IDEA Voice". IDEA. 
  3. ^ Moser, Margaret. "SPOT Festival". The Austin Chronicle. 
  4. ^ "The Austin Five". Gaffa. 

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