Elasea have a new album set for release this Monday entitled “Where I Belong”. After just listening to it I realize I belong right here listening to “Where I Belong”.  Each track is a hook driven power-pop anthem in it’s own right and not only does the album stand on it’s own as a whole but each track could easily be released single by single. There is no filler. The album is well produced with care taken into the tone of each instrument. A lot of people don’t know how much time and effort go into just getting the instruments’ tone to sound right together but it’s something a lot of people don’t get just quite right but it works here. My personal favs are “Glass Heart” and “On the Line”.

About Elasea:

Where I Belong

Where I Belong

This summer sees the release of the debut EP from Berkshire based alternative rock quartet ELASEA.

With an obsessive combination of melodic riffs and soaring vocal harmonies, ELASEA stand out strong with this impressive debut EP. ‘Where I Belong’ contains a variety of musical influences, from the likes of InMe, Mallory Knox and Lower Than Atlantis, bands who were made famous for having the talent in writing solid, addictive music.

In the beginning ELASEA made a name for themselves as a local cover band. They went on to release a variety of videos on YouTube gaining hits of over 20,000 and more. Over the past year the band have had support from BBC Introducing and are hoping this EP is going to push them towards the spotlight they hold heartedly crave.

“From the new EP you can expect lots of different influences from all of us.” explains bassist Liv Jones “We would like the EP to reach as many people as possible, from that point we want to gig as much as we can so we can then being the process of a full length album.”

‘Where I Belong’ is set to be released on the 3rd August 2015.

Elasea are:
Andy Bradford – Rhythm Guitar & Vocals
Olivia Jones – Bass Guitar
Calum Radmore – Lead Guitar
Jevon Smith – Drums


LINKS:

http://www.facebook.com/elaseauk
http://elasea.bandcamp.com/
http://twitter.com/elaseauk

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