Bristol trio Elder Island will release their debut self-titled EP through brand new label Four Thieves Records on 30th June. The band have made 'What It's Worth' available to stream online now.
Elder Island is the hatchling brainchild of Katy Sargent, David Havard and Luke Thornton. Their sound comprises cello and female vocals enwreathed in a multi-layered chorus of guitar, keys, bass and beats. The band met whilst studying in Bristol and has been intermittently producing and playing music together ever since.
Debut track 'What It's Worth' is a perfect primer to their soulful pop swell highlighting Sargent's rich vocal within a tapestry of inventive pop sensibility.
The 'Elder Island' EP is released 30th June on Four Thieves Records.
Listen to 'What It's Worth' here:
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