Experimental Pop Artist Elliot Shares New Gripping Track
Following up from September’s debut single ‘Make Love To Me’, Stockholm-based 22 year old Ellioth Axelsson continues along his path of experimental pop music with this new sensation. Mesmerizing lo-fi vocals, organs and 60’s style guitar creating a gripping track that is firmly in the ballpark of Grizzly Bear, John Maus and the production creativity of an early Animal Collective.
Elliot is beginning to create a bit of a reputation for constructing the musical equivalent of hypnotizing ‘ bedroom earworms’. At least, that’s what he likes to call his songs, and taking a listen to the latest single ‘35th Middle East Artspace in Humble Bragswick’ there’s an argument to suggest this is an accurate description.
“An endearingly ramshackle, torn at the edges piece of psych-pop with an electronic tinge” Clash Magazine
“Fans of Grizzly Bear, Avey Tare and Black Moth Super Rainbow will enjoy”Songwriting Magazine
35th Middle East Artspace in Humble Bragswick is available in all the usual places. It will also be on Elliot’s debut EP Jazz For Your Dad coming 25th November via Icons Creating Evil Art.