Elephant Revival: Concert rescheduled for Thursday, band ready to rock
blog by Sophie Herrman • February 20, 2013 @ 10:35am
If you’re looking for intense harmonies, organic beats and artfully-crafted lyrics, you’re in luck.
The Colorado-based five-piece formed in 2006 and rose to prominence through eclectic instrument choices—everything from washboards to djembe drums—and heartfelt songwriting. Their latest EP more closely resembles a full-length album and hit shelves in 2012. It’s Alive may not be at the top of the charts, but reviews praise its rich sound and high production quality.
Songs off this EP range anywhere from gentle vocals with delicate percussion to emotional and competitive solos from the fiddle and banjo in others. This band is on the rise, and this show is set to be one Buffalo won’t soon forget.
Want to know what excited fiddles and banjos sound like? Here’s a track from Elephant Revival’s EP, Quill Pen Feather.
Originally scheduled for Feb. 26, this show was moved ahead, and tickets purchased for that date will be honored Thursday night. Tickets are still available for $10 and can be purchased online. For those buying tickets at the door, the cost is $12.