LAST DAYS OF ELVIS – Gloomy Company For The Twilight Hours…

Vibes that thrills us in a way we want to scream out loud…


‘Must Be A Mistake’
Debut album

Elvis’ profile:
“A meticulously detailed blend of dreamy indie guitar rock and brooding electronica, Last
Days of Elvis confronts the listener with soaring three-part harmonies over understated yet infectiously catchy instrumentation. Originally formed in Glasgow, Scotland by Andrew Stark and Sean Gallen who bonded over their love of artists such as Arthur Russell and Nick Cave,
the band became whole when they relocated to Berlin and met Thom Raysmith, Annalena Stürenberg and Jason Greenberg. Polymorphous, bipolar guitar pop for the Anthropocene age.”

‘Must Be A Mistake’ as experienced by Turn Up The Volume!:
A touch of The National with a kind of low-spirited Beirut vibe. A romantic Conor Oberst tristesse inspired by the restless ghost of Leonard Cohen. Many layers, from cinematic
to atmospheric and mystifying in between. Many colors, especially the dark ones. Heavy hearted from start to finish. Sombreness for the twilight hours. Melancholia to cherish. Profound introspection hoping for redemption. Sonic company for suspicious minds.

Must hear highlights:
Especially In The Night / I’ll Stick With You / Amateur Hour / False Start

Music, maestro, please:

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Elvis in disguise…

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