ELEPHANT STONE Live EP ‘Live At The Verge’ Out Now

As word continues to spread around Montreal’s ELEPHANT STONE and their captivating live performances, fans have been treated with the opportunity to enjoy this whimsical display from the comfort of their own home with their Live EP ‘Live At The Verge’ out now.

‘Live At The Verge’ track listing:

  1. The Devil’s Shelter
  2. Silence Can Say So Much
  3. See The Light
  4. Andromeda
  5. Manipulator

With the EP including tracks such as the band’s latest hit single ‘Manipulator’, which grabbed a lot of attention after being featured on Channel 4’s popular TV series ‘Made In Chelsea’, as well as ‘Andromeda’, which saw success across UK radio such as Roundhouse Radio and Amazing Radio amongst many others.

ELEPHANT STONE Live EP ‘Live At The Verge_ Out Now

Front man Rishi Dhir understands the importance of a live show and the emotions that are provoked with it, as he comments: “I’ve always approached recording in the studio and performing live as different mediums…performing live is pretty much flying by the seat of your pants and not knowing what’s going to happen next. And I think ES really stands out in a live environment. There’s a lot of dynamics happening on stage.”

Due to high demand from fans and the growing popularity of their latest album Ship Of Fools released via Californian-based record label Burger Records in the UK late last year, ELEPHANT STONE have extended their UK tour to now include dates across Europe throughout May and June 2017.

Elephant Stone are:

Rishi Dhir – vocals / bass / sitar
Miles Dupire – drums / vocals
Gabriel Lambert – guitar

ELEPHANT STONE Europe Tour 2017

 

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