Ellevator’s Debut EP Is An Existential, Creative & Experimental Quest For Survival

Dreamy experimental rock

Photo: Courtesy of Ellevator

From engaging with hermitic practices to trying to find an intimate bond, Canadian quartet Ellevator takes us through our daily quest to finding alignment with our mind, body, and soul in their debut self-titled EP. Ellevator is a 5-track meditation that speaks to universal highs and lows we experience as we try to navigate through love, work, self-growth, and loneliness. Crafted with dark undertones and moody euphoria, the EP has a dreamy hook to it that exudes a cheery sadness:

In regards to their EP, the band shared “We conquered our fears, learned our lessons, lent our ear to strangers, took advice, ignored advice, played to empty bars, sweat it out with full rooms, bet the farm, spun tall tales, told the truth, rode the highway, took a long, hard look in the mirror, got proud, and stayed humble to bring you this record. We offer it to you and hope you find some piece of yourself in it. It’s made of everything we’ve got.”

Comprised of Nabi, Elliott, Tyler, and Mike, Ellevator recorded their EP in their hometown in Hamilton, Canada. The quartet is currently on tour, so make sure to see them live:

4/24 – Maxwell’s (Kitchener, Canada)

4/26 – Club Absinthe (Hamilton, Canada)

5/11 – CMW (Lee’s Palace) (Toronto, Canada)

6/3 – Field Trip (Toronto, Canada)

6/22 – Ottawa Dragon Boat Festival (Ottawa, Canada)

6/23 – Tim Hortons Field (Hamilton, Canada)

8/19 – River Fest Elora (Elora, Canada)