About a week ago Elbow’s newest music flew through the airways. Their most recent album, Giants of All Sizes went public featuring some of Elbow’s most iconic music yet. Elbow is getting ready to be in a transitory state because they are already preparing for their expansive world tour, that also includes North America.
Right after the release of their new album Elbow has planned to go on tour. Beginning January 18th of 2020, Elbow will continue their tour across the world and commence their tour in one of Southern California’s most infamous concert halls, The House of Blues Sand Diego. Then, they will jump rapidly up the coast of California. Stretching from San Diego to Los Angles, and onward to Oakland and Santa Ana. One after another each show will be a succession of fine tuned music. Get your tickets here, to experience what everyone is talking about!
Giants of All Sizes received excellent reviews. It jumped to the number one spot on the United Kingdom’s most popular album chart this past week. The new album features new 9 new songs including, “Dexter and Sinister,” “Seven Vails,” and “White Noise White Heat.”
This Manchester rock ensemble released, “White Noise White Heat” which is claiming a star on iTunes currently, some time before the release of the full album. This song features the lead singers view on the Grenfell Tower fire, that happened in North Kensington, West London in which 72 people died. This track and other tracks on the album convey the difficulty within the feelings of anger and a ‘rutterless’ emotional adventure within the human mind.
NORTH AMERICAN TOUR DATES
01/18 – House of Blues – San Diego, CA
01/19 – The Wiltern – Los Angeles, CA
01/20 – Fox Theatre – Oakland, CA
01/21 – The Observatory – Santa Ana, CA
Photo Credit: Pamela Lin