Liverpool three-piece, Elevant have released their latest video for the track, Audience. The song is lifted from their new album, ‘There Is A Tide,’ which will be out via their own Elevant Music Limited imprint on March 18, 2016. Watch the video for Audience via YouTube below.
The album is the band’s third long player and will be released on CD and available to download. Recorded and self produced at 3rd Planet Recording Studios in Liverpool, the album was engineered by Kyle Western and mastered by Pete Maher (Jack White, Patti Smith, Scissor Sisters). This new album features eleven brand new tracks and includes the recent singles Again and Audience.
I’m Only Falling Apart
Home is Dead
Last Man Standing
We Eat Our Young
Last Man Standing (Reprise)
Hand Over Fist
The ‘There Is A Tide’ album is the latest release on the band’s Elevant Music Limited label which frontman Michael Edward set up a year or so ago. The fledgling imprint also recently released the debut single from Oxford’s Too Many Poets in January 2016 and are set announce some exciting new signings in the coming months.
Elevant are set to play the following UK shows to coincide with the album release. The dates will include a hometown album launch show at Liverpool’s Buyers Club on March 9th and a London date at the Sebright Arms on March 26th with label mates Too Many Poets.
Mar 16 – London, Sebright Arms (w/ Death and the Penguin, Theo & Too Many Poets)
Mar 22 – Edinburgh, Sneaky Pete’s (w/ Frantic Chant & BRITNEY)
Mar 23 – Glasgow, Bar Bloc
Mar 27 – Newcastle, The Head of Steam (w/ BERNACCIA)
Apr 22 – Sheffield, The Washington (w/Little Mono & Lunar Maria.
May 7 – Liverpool, Buyers Club (w/ False Advertising & Bathymetry)
For more infromation on the live gigs, visit facebook.com/ElevantMusik/events.
The Elevant line up of Michael Edward (guitar / vocals), Tom Shand (drums / piano) and Hannah Lodge (bass / organ) have over the last two years combined their love of My Bloody Valentine, Sonic Youth, St Vincent, Bauhaus, Tame Impala, The Melvins and Portishead to create something very special. Effortlessly twisting a pop hook to their post punk, psych and krautrock sound to great effect, there is an energy and vision that sets them apart from their contemporaries.
For more information on Elevant, visit elevantband.com.