Saturday, February 7, 2015
Elliott BROOD, an amazing alt-folk rock group whose members recently moved to Hamilton, garnered a Juno nomination for their latest album, Work and Love (through Paper Bag Records). This kudo was richly deserved as the disc is brimming with rocking, catchy tunes.
They have expanded and improved their alternative folk sound to be stronger and darker than the groups previous efforts. New producer Ian Blurton helped the boys evolve and grow into a tighter musical unit.
You'll also find a number of brilliant bonus tracks (as a bonus CD) that are stripped down versions of songs on the main album. These offer an interesting new dimension to the listeners.
The album is available through their website - including a vinyl LP (with a download card) or using iTunes (the bonus tracks are offered there too)
Blast from the Past: Elliott BROOD and other Nominated for Junos
Links: Elliott BROOD, More Elliott BROOD Stories, Videos above courtesy of Paper Bag Records, More Releases
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