ALT ROCK DORKS FROM UP NORF Anthems & Dancey Jams supported by Radio 1, BBC Intro, 6 Music & Radio X
The Elephant Trees (Martha, Sam and Tom) are Alt Rock Dorks From Up Norf supported by Radio 1, BBC Intro, 6 Music & Radio X. Their sound is dubbed unique, but imagine if the band behind Florence was Enter Shikari, then throw in some queer pop and you’ll get their upcoming single ‘Ones and Zeros’ due for release in Feb 2022 on Martha’s own label Incantation Records.
The band look will look to build on this momentum throughout 2022 as they head towards a UK tour in February to promote their first EP, with a more mature and crafted sound titled “Terra Incognito” recorded and co produced at VADA Studios with George Perks who has worked alongside You Me At Six, Enter Shikari and Mogwai. This body of work, shines a light on Martha as an intricate and intriguing lyricist, whilst musically the band play with genres and rip up the rule book!
Originally from Guiseley in Leeds (home of the Kaiser Chiefs), the trio are now split between the Pennines across Leeds and Manchester. While the past year has certainly been incredibly demanding for musicians and creatives of all kinds, The Elephant Trees have still managed to build upon their glowing reputation, releasing ‘Survival’ in 2020 which got support from Tom Robinson . With an evergrowing fanbase and ongoing support from BBC Radio 1, 6 Music, Radio X and BBC Introducing, the band will look to build on this momentum throughout 2021 as we head towards the muchanticipated return of live shows and festivals.
"What they say: ‘Sounds like: if The Machine behind Florence was Enter Shikari - What we say; Gorgeous tunes that cross genres easily and pull every emotion. Lyrically fascinating, vocally moving and with no suggestion of where their next tune might take you. An amazing and hugely exciting new band that only the North of England could inspire. All hail the Alt Rock Dorks.” - Worn Out Creative / DSCVRD
Now the band have signed with Marshall Live Agency for all tours & bookings in 2022 onwards.