Ontario-based four-piece Ellevator will be dropping their self-titled EP on April 20. Their latest single, “Hounds” will appear on the EP, featuring a pleasing mixture of soft electronic sounds with emotional vocals. Ellevator is made up of Elliott Gwynne, Michael Boyd, Tyler Bersche and frontwoman Nabi Sue Bersche. Says Nabi Sue Bersche of the single: “Hounds” is an acknowledgement that we need each other to survive. There’s safety in numbers. We’ve seen how ‘every man for himself’ turns out, and we need to do better.”
With some killer guitar moments, floating vocals, and well-placed percussion, “Hounds” is a fantastic balance of musical technique and creativity. With the release of “Hounds”, Ellevator provides the listener with a glimpse into their well-structured musical composition. Keep an eye out for Ellevator’s EP, dropping April 20. They’ll also be heading to SXSW next month, and definitely a band to watch.
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