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The Elijah Announce New Album And Free Single

Check out the latest on The Elijah’s new album and single here!

Whisperings of The Elijah throughout the underground have been hailing the arrival of the most powerful and transcendental live band of this age, and Small Town Records are proud to be releasing the UK five piece’s debut album, ‘I Loved I Hated I Destroyed I Created’, on 2 July 2012.

The new single, ‘I Hated’, will be released on 28 May as a free download from the band’s facebook page, accompanied by the fully orchestral B side, ‘I Never Breathed In’, showcasing the huge diversity of this truly unique band.

Having racked up an impressive 57k  views, The Elijah’s video to album track and current single ‘I Destroyed’ has had a phenomenal response online.

Check it out here:

Citing influences ranging from This Will Destroy You to Olafur Arnalds, THE ELIJAH entwine the atmospheric and progressive fundamentals of post-rock with intelligent orchestration and huge amounts of controlled experimentation. Determined to make a record that sounds like no other, The Elijah took to recording the album in an abandoned mansion in the Shropshire countryside, creating the tones and ambience with the natural reverb, resonance and atmosphere of the structure in place of digital effects. The result is a luscious and organic myriad of textures that are as overwhelmingly huge as they are subtle.

The Elijah have lived on the road for the past year clocking up over 150 shows on tours with Hopes Die Last, Hands Like Houses, Liferuiner, The Eyes of a Traitor, The Bled and Closure in Moscow.

Showing no sign of slowing, the band will be touring the UK and Europe this summer and will soon announce a full touring schedule for autumn.

See full Album track listing here, or see below for tour dates.
Track Listing:

1) In Misery
2) I Loved
3) In Fear
4) I Hated
5) In Regret
6)  .
7) I Destroyed
8 ) ..
9) In Death
10) I Created

Tour dates:

Main support to Legend with Demoralizer, Empires Fade


12 The Ballroom, Birmingham
13 Trillian’s Rock Bar, Newcastle
14 The Crauford Arms, Milton Keynes
15 Moho Live, Manchester
16 Stairway, Glasgow
17 Central Station, Wrexham
18 The Maze, Nottingham
19 The Full Moon, Cardiff
21 Joiners, Southampton
22 The Peel, Kingston
23 Sticky Mike’s Brighton

Main support to As Cities Burn, With Violet


18 Facebar, Reading
19 Lock 42, Leicester
20 Summerjam Festvial, Manchester
21 Tunnels, Aberdeen
22 The Captain’s Rest, Glasgow
23 The Venue, Newcastle
24 The Cockpit 2, Leeds
25 The Ballroom, Birmingham
26 The Sugarmill, Stoke On Trent
27 The Hydrant, Brighton
28 The Fighting Cocks, London
29 Le Glaz’Art, Paris (FR).

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