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“Everything, Always” - Elucidate | Review

Indie rock at its finest!

Elucidate has this fun mix of emotional vocals and that rock sound that makes you want to get up and dance. “Everything, Always” is a fantastic track, some elements give me a bit of that 2000’s rock-pop influence and I love it.

Released through Revolver Records, their upcoming single and B-side, mixed and mastered by Simon Jackman (You Me At Six, Acres, Blood Command, Bokassa), aims to shed light on the duality of the mind while sustaining a relationship, romantic or otherwise; The good and the bad.

Frontwoman, Molly Bostock, had this to say:

“We’re so excited to announce this next release just around the corner! The single + B side will be available from May 29th. The main track, “Everything, Always.” is a song about the trust that comes with strong relationships. It’s kind of like, “I know I’m not doing great but I also know you’ve got my back”. The B side, COVERMYEYES, is more about the push and pull in a relationship, romantic or not, and not really knowing if the other person is fully there or not. When writing these songs, the duality of the mind when committed to something or someone was a big focus. It's something a lot of people can relate to. We can't wait to get back on the road to share our music with the world after the COVID-19 hiatus!

Born in 2019, Elucidate’s vast array of genres, fusing elements of punk, pop and garage rock to create a sophisticated, refined sound that is distinctively their own, has become a staple in live shows across the country that never fails to blow audiences away.

The past year has seen Elucidate release an EP and 3 singles, which have been championed by blogs, the BBC Introducing team and independent radio stations across the globe. As well as being tipped as one of Spotify’s ‘Hot New Bands’ of 2019, they’ve supported local and national artists such as LongDayLateNight and Thousand Yard Stare at the legendary 100 Club in London as well as securing spots at numerous festivals including Readipop Festival and Are You Listening? 2020.

Written by Hannah Schneider

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