Hailing from indie music central Manchester in the UK, The Elephant Trees are looking to make a huge splash in 2022. They are working on a new EP and the trio are releasing their first track from it “Ones and Zeros” today. It’s a song about the problems of living and growing up in the information age. Sonically it mixes up as the track moves from poppy uptempo choruses to an aggressive rap middle to a rockier edge. Like the band themselves, they are difficult to place in a single genre but then that’s why I really enjoyed the track.
The Elephant Trees aren’t just inclusive about their music genres, they carry it forward to their tours too. All support slots are filled by LGBTQ+ artists and they advocate for safe spaces in venues. It’s great to see the community providing support for each other. Enjoy the neon stringtastic music video for “Ones and Zeros” below. For more info on tours, shows and the forthcoming EP, follow The Elephant Trees on Twitter.
Support Higher Plain Music
Higher Plain Music is part of the Higher Plain Network – a one-man indie media project. If you like what I do, please consider supporting me via Patreon for as little as $1/£1 a month. In return, you’ll receive additional perks for supporting me, such as behind-the-scenes content and free downloads. You can also donate using PayPal. Sharing the website helps too or using the affiliate buy now links on reviews. I receive a few pence per Amazon sale. All your support will enable me to produce better content, more often. I’d love to make this a full-time media network and your support can make that happen. Thank you.