We typically see a more down-to-earth approach from Elephant Stone, but here’s to branching out. Their new album is shaping up to be a considerable deviation.
Rishi Dhir (our intrepid explorer) says this particular track was inspired by Hubble images (and an article about them), Air’s soundtrack for the colour restoration of Le Voyage dans la Lune, and Bosch’s “Ship of Fools” painting.
Elephant Stone’s Ship of Fools album comes out this week. Let’s hope it lands more smoothly than Dhir landed that spaceship.
Get your devil horns out and your head-bangable hair ready; you’re going to need them for this one.
No song has made me want to air guitar right from the get-go more than King Tuff’s “Black Moon Spell”. It’s actually next to impossible to resist the urge. Presently I’m writing this in a public place, so resistance is necessary. It’s also futile. Oh, fuck it! Air guitar in public it is.
Try and stop me.
“Bring back the silent film!” I’ve often cried. Thanks for listening, Air Marshall Landing!
Classic silent movie elements abound in the Michael Schmidt directed video: the evil villain, the helpless damsel and the hero who will save the day – but things aren’t always as they seem. There are plot twists in this video, just wait and see.
Formed in Ontario and now based in Toronto, the three brothers from different mothers will be releasing their album You Used To Be Me on June 4. You can download “Little Town” *here*.
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