We’re pleased to bring you the premiere of Elasea’s music video for their song “Breathe / Lesson Learnt” (watch it below). The track is taken from the band’s upcoming sophomore EP Lesson Learnt, which is scheduled to be released on March 17th. You can pre-order the EP here.
Much revered UK alt-rockers Elasea are quickly making new friends and turning heads. The band unleash a sound that boasts hammering riffs, clever phrasing, and webbed vocal lines. Pulling from Lower Than Atlantis, You Me At Six, and Bring Me The Horizon, Elasea are prime to make their mark with the release of their new EP.
Lesson Learnt Track Listing:
1. Breathe // Lesson Learnt
2. Time Stops
3. On My Own
4. These Secrets (Interlude)
Coming at you from Berkshire, and featuring Andy Bradford (Rhythm Guitar and Vocals), Liv Jones (Bass and Vocals), Calum Radmore (Lead Guitar), Ashley Haskell (Drums), and Braydie Haskell (Keys, Synth and Samples), Elasea tug from a range of inspiration and have soaked up their predecessors’ influences before adding their own striking imprint. In doing so, they now despatch an engrossing sound that is both potent and engulfing.
Ever since their formation, Elasea have always been an industrious unit. In 2015, the alternative rockers delivered their debut EP, Where I Belong, to much acclaim, from the likes of Already Heard, Alt Corner, Toxic and
Punktastic, as well as earning support from Rock Sound Magazine. After this debut release, the band reshaped their line-up and added keyboard and synths to an already potent sound. Support shows with Funeral For A Friend, AllUsOnDrugs, Veridian, and Echoic soon followed, helping to further refine the band’s own live performances, as well as allowing them to cultivate a growing fan-base.
Now the quintet are braced to strike out on their own. The high-flying rock-smiths release their sophomore EP Lesson Learnt next month, and it greatly surpasses expectations. “Breathe / Lesson Learnt” highlights the five-piece’s thoughtful texturing, with Liv Jones peppering the cut with her alluring vocals and Braydie Haskell’s adept use of synth.