Most people nowadays like to classify the bands and artists they hear. Arms For Elephants are much more than they appear. They are much more than a hardcore act. They are a dedicated well oiled machine and that is a very rare thing in this day and age. They take the time to make their music the best it can be then push it even farther. They are ingenious in their execution and flawless in their creativity and it shows in their new effort “My Judas Scene”. Listen as I talk with Fletch Archerd about how they got to this level and where they are going from here.
About Arms For Elephants:
Hailing from Minnesota, Arms for Elephants brings their own brand of post-hardcore to the table. Their sound is comprised of an energetic, driving rhythm section complimented by melodically dreamy guitars. Lead by their duo-lead vocalist combo, they showcase melodies that are heartfelt, along with lyrics with a cause. Taking influence from post-hardcore and alternative rock, they gain inspiration from bands like: Saosin, Underoath, Silverstein, Emery, Anberlin, Conditions, and many more.
Making 2015 as productive as possible, AFE has worked hard to build an online fanbase as well as hitting the road for several tours. They’ve also been busy preparing to release their debut full length album My Judas Scene in September of 2015, soon to be accompanied by a music video for the single “The Laws That Guide My Feet” directed by HM magazine’s Kyle Lehman.
Arms for Elephants focuses on writing lyrics and music that are meant to resonate in your heart. If you are struggling with depression, or having trouble finding your place in this world: there are no frills here, just sincere music.