February 15, 2019  /  Elephant Trees

Location: Manchester, UK

FFO: Estrons, Django Django, The Blinders

Label: Unsigned / Self Released

Manchester based Elephant Trees infuse alternative rock waves with synth-pop fragments throughout their music. With recently released single “U N C O M F O R T A B L E” causing a movement for the band, latest single “4100” has dropped today. Blessing our surroundings, momentum is stirring and in great shape for the band’s debut EP release on 5th April.

Wallowing in within a dark place, 4100 is the comforting sound of what feels like losing your marbles. Distractions upon distractions, the track uses imagery to justify it’s point. Moving away from the straight powerful alternative rock, it’s a lot more electronic then their other songs. Delivering from a different perspective, the ‘queer’ approach is kicking and shines attitude throughout. Relatable for a lot of people in the world right now, rhythmically it’s filled with layers of instrumental goodness. Production is a prominent part with it consoling the audience with it’s ability to showcase the visual side of what Martha (lead singer) is singing. 

Out now to the world. The band better brace themselves for impact, big things are to come…