Elephant, the London duo comprising Amelia Rivas and Christian Pinchbeck, can finally reveal details of their debut album.
Set for release on Memphis Industries on 28th April and titled Sky Swimming, the album is a seductive, night time delight of a record, all trilling keyboards, swooping melodies, broken hip hop beats, looped strings and Amelia's uniquely curved vocals.
Highlights include current single 'Elusive Youth' plus last year's sensational tracks 'Skyscraper' (a bona fide hit in France) and 'Shapeshifter', Sky Swimming is a fibrous collection of songs about relationships - their own included, which broke down during the making of the album - hazy memories and twisted dreams.
With the single 'Elusive Youth' unveiled last week on Pitchfork, Elephant have also shared the b-side 'Statuesque'.
The album is available for pre-order from the band's site with exclusive Sky Swimming T shirt and instant download of 'Elusive Youth'.
They've also put together a mixtape of tracks that helped inspire them during the writing of Sky Swimming.
Elephant will be playing in Paris 10th April at Point Ephémère, as part of their label's Paris, Memphis night. UK shows to be announced very soon.
5. Elusive Youth
7. Torn Tongues
8. Come to Me
9. TV Dinner
10. Sky Swimming
Listen to 'Statuesque' here:
His journey has not come without hard work and hustle, and 'At. Long. Last. A$AP.' is certainly his best work so far.
The video also features an appearance from model Tyson Beckford and ‘Empire’ star Jussie Smollett.
With the recent release of the first single from their highly anticipated second album, Lawson's vocalist, Andy, took some time to talk to Contact...
Could Jason Statham play James Bond?
Lifehouse released their seventh studio album, 'Out of the Wasteland' on 22nd June 2015. Lifehouse's Jason Wade took some time to talk to Contact...
Muse take their last European date of the year to Lollapalooza.
The ‘San Andreas’ star is said to be in talks to take on Kurt Russell’s 1986 role.
Snoop Dogg and Pharrell Williams perform a live rendition of 'So Many Pros' from Snoop's funk-filled new album 'Bush'.