Ellevator Unveil New Single ‘Party Trick’

    Hamilton, Ontario-based trio Ellevator have shared a new single called ‘Party Trick’. It’s the latest offering from the band’s upcoming Chris Walla-produced debut album, The Words You Spoke Still Move Me. Check it out below.

    “A friend said to me that being in a band means never growing up,” the band’s Nabi Sue Bersche explained in a statement. “It’s easy to feel like Peter Pan on tour, all the trappings of adulthood a hundred track stops and a thousand miles in the rearview. I started writing this song to my teenage self: a flighty, insecure kid posturing confidence. I’d jump around to all the different cliques like a self-styled Ferris Bueller, leaving just before friendships could settle in. Being on the road brought out those same old tendencies: keep it all on the level, don’t go too deep. Driving down the highway, floating through the hall/ Everything is different, nothing’s changed at all.”

    The Words You Spoke Still Move Me is set for release on May 6 via Arts & Crafts. It includes the previously unveiled singles ‘Sacred Heart’, ‘Slip’‘Charlie IO’, and ‘Easy’.

    Konstantinos Pappis
    Konstantinos Pappis
    Konstantinos Pappis is a writer, journalist, and music editor at Our Culture. His work has also appeared in Pitchfork, GIGsoup, and other publications. He currently lives in Athens, Greece.

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