Opening with IDKWIWA, The Elephant Trees began Saturday night’s explosive show at Deaf Institute with a high-energy performance, the song started the set with distinguished beats and an oscillating synth pattern, while the dynamic vocal from front-woman Martha took centre stage and gripped the room from the very start. The band released this song as a series... Continue Reading →
Blackthorn Festival is a pretty small festival, held at Whitebottom Farm in Stockport. But don’t let the size of the festival fool you, over the weekend the three-stage event showcased some of the best local talent from the neighbouring city Manchester as well as bringing headliners The Pigeon Detectives and Scouting For Girls along with... Continue Reading →
The festival merges together the best of the city and countryside, the musical and cultural heritage of Manchester with good food, drink and a little bit of mud- that magical festival combination.
The Elephant Trees are an indie infused alternative rock quartet, who, over their short time as a band (less than 4 years) have captivated audiences all around the country, their sound changing as they grow to a more musically sophisticated synth-infused tone, as present in their latest release 4100, which came out earlier this... Continue Reading →