Due to overwhelming demand for tickets, veteran English alt-rockers Elbow have added a second and final show at The Forum in Melbourne to their 2014 east coast tour. The new date addition follows yesterday’s announcement that the band have also added an extra Sydney date to their tour. Elbow’s newly-announced Melbourne show will take place
Due to overwhelming demand for tickets during the current pre-sale, Elbow have announced a second Sydney Opera House show for their East Coast tour, celebrating the release of their latest acclaimed studio effort, The Take Off and Landing of Everything. The Britrock stalwarts will now play two shows at the Sydney Opera House on Saturday
Taking off and landing Down Under in October!
Forget Autotune – Elbow frontman Guy Garvey is all about autocue, with the vocalist for the English alt rockers admitting he uses a teleprompter at gigs, saying that he can’t remember his own lyrics and freaks out without the assistance. Speaking to DJ Geoff Lloyd on Absolute Radio, the 40-year-old singer confessed that the words
British alternative rockers Elbow have announced the title of their sixth studio release, the follow-up to 2011’s acclaimed Build a Rocket Boys!, as The Take Off And Landing Of Everything, having previously revealed the working title as All At Once. A release date is scheduled for early March. Elbow frontman Guy Garvey initially told NME
Elbow bass player Pete Turner has confirmed to NME that the band have begun work on their sixth album.
Elbow will make a quick return to tour Australia next year after only recently visiting us on the Splendour in the Grass 2011 line-up in July. Fellow Brits and special guests, Bombay Bicycle Club, will join them on tour in what will be their first shows in our country. 2011 marked Elbow’s 20th year anniversary,
Jay-Z has not been shy in the past about revealing his affection for British bands, with the towering rapper previously remarking upon his partiality for Coldplay. Now it seems he is also a fan of Elbow.
This year’s nominations for the prestigious Mercury Music Prize have been announced in London, with the usual eclectic mixture of artists vying for the award, which gets announced in September.
Uk Band Elbow will be in Australia soon for Splendour In the Grass and it seems they might be able to out drink the average Aussie. The band have teamed up with a local UK brewer to develop their own beer which will be named after their last album Build a Rocket Boys!.
English indie rock band Elbow have already started work on a follow up to their latest album Build A Rocket Boys!. Guy Garvey spoke to the Daily Mirror, explaining that the band are still at very early stages of the process, but are trying a new technique to come up with new material for their
While tickets are still available for Splendour In The Grass, festival promoters have decided to start announcing Splendour sideshows. Good news for fans in WA as mini festival Bright Side will being taking place for the second year running in WA with Splendour acts The Hives, Pulp, Modest Mouse, Tame Impala, The Kills, The Grates,
Having experienced new levels of success with the release of their fifth album Build A Rocket Boys!, the album hitting #2 on the UK album charts, Elbow are a band at the top of their game, having gotten there through hard work and determination rather than media buzz or record label dollars. Working as an
British indie band Elbow have announced a Splendour 2011 Sydney sideshow in the lead up to the festival where the band will be headlining with Kanye West and Coldplay. The show will be at the Enmore Theatre on the 29th of July and will be the band’s first show since their V Festival appearance back
Side shows Announced, all shows on sale February 5th