“It’s a unique combination of intelligent song-writing when it is needed, and the acceptance that when you build up a song to a big climax, you better make sure no one forgets what they just heard.”
Manchester-based Elephant Trees are no strangers to noise. Their chaotic mix of alt-rock, disco and punk is earning them more and more recognition in the UK music scene.
“The Elephant Trees have proved that they can span genres whilst maintaining a unique sound, and that is no mean feat.”
Frontwoman Martha Phillips, 20, consistently delivers biting vocals and unforgettable hooks, leaving nothing unsaid in the process. Their live show is a masterclass in girl power, queer power, and in doing what you love.
Having made their Leeds Pride debut to a crowd of 10,000, toured Europe and graced the stage at The Royal Albert Hall, Leeds O2 Academy and multiple festivals across the UK, Elephant Trees are about to embark on their first UK tour and bring their screaming chaos to cities across the country. Prepare for a riot.
Are you uncomfortable yet?