Coming at you with a groove paralleled to early Biffy Clyro merged with the engrossing rock vibes of Paramore and the innovation of Don Broco, Elements continue their climb with the release of their new single Make It Out Alive, which is pulled from their current EP Where We Once Begun, out now.

Born in Southampton and formed at the end of 2013, Elements feature Graham Rogers (Lead Vocals), Ollie Butler (Guitar and Backing Vocals), Robin Small (Guitar), Max Bakker (Bass and Backing Vocals) and Ash Martin (Drums). Their compelling and powerful live show has seen the band earn prestigious support slots with Bad Rabbits, The Afterparty, DEAD!, Ashes To Angels, The Hype Theory and Public Service Broadcasting, as well as touring across the country with They Say Fall, Elessar, As December Falls and You Know The Drill.

Besides their growing stock on the live circuit, the Brit rocksters have also secured widespread national press attention with Powerplay Magazine and Big Cheese for their sophomore EP Where We Once Begun, which was produced by Phil Gornell (While She Sleeps, Bring Me The Horizon). Elements plucked the single Shaman ( ) from the EP, and in addition to picking up keen widespread radio play, the video was also playlisted by Kerrang! TV.

The alt-rock force charge again with their spanking new video single Make It Out Alive, which drops on 29th July and is an absolute game changer for the band. This cut displays the band’s growing maturity and deeply utilises cunning dynamics to stunning result. With another UK tour set out for July, and festival appearances in the pipeline, you gotta catch Elements before they sky rocket.


About RJ Frometa

Head Honcho, Editor in Chief and writer here on VENTS. I don't like walking on the beach, but I love playing the guitar and geeking out about music. I am also a movie maniac and 6 hours sleeper.

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