ELDER ISLAND: tour rescheduled
Due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, Elder Island has rescheduled their North American Fall Tour for Spring 2022. Kicking off on May 12th at Boston’s Middle East, Katy Sargent, Luke Thornton and David Havard will return to the Americas for the first time since October 2019 in support of the critically-hailed second album Swimming Static.
If you are unable to attend the rescheduled event, you will be able to receive a refund (until November 9, 2021) on your tickets until from original point of purchase.
Elder Island’s live shows have taken on a shape and reputation of their own; refusing to rely on electronic backing tracks or pre-recordings, the band create unique and atmospheric experiences where multi-layered beats and melodic broodings stir emotions and never fail to get crowds dancing.
Following 2019’s acclaimed debut album The Omnitone Collection, Swimming Static, sees the band reach new heights of expertly crafted experimentation. Flitting between the surreal dream-state of electronica and the storytelling-esque lyricisms of indie, the new album (which was recorded in their home studio last year) tempers introspection with a coveted taste of feel-good pop, offering dashes of neo-soul at the core. You can expect to hear the infectious songs that shapeshift and captivate such as “Feral,” “Small Plastic Heart,” “Purely Educational,” “Sacred,” and “Queen Of Kings” live next Spring.
Listen to Swimming Static HERE:
Elder Island – Swimming Static