Grammy-nominated Elderbrook announced the release of his debut album titled, Why Do We Shake In The Cold? which is currently available now to stream and download via Big Beat Records here.
Showcasing the crossover artist’s versatile style, the album features emotive, uplifting tracks with a sensitive story-telling element attached. The highly anticipated album is released alongside the official music video for “Back To My Bed,” which can be viewed below.
“I’m so proud of this album, it’s a culmination of work over the last five years and I can’t wait to share it with everyone. It’s all about human interaction and the way that we need one another as people. I think it’s really important, especially now, that people recognize it’s ok to feel lonely and to struggle sometimes but in talking and sharing that with others we can help to ease the burden a little.”– Elderbrook
Elderbrook’s recent collaboration with Rudimental on “Something About You,” amassed over 50M combined streams and 18M video views. Some other recent album favorites include the tracks “Numb” and the album’s title track, “Why Do We Shake in the Cold?” Collaborations with Camelphat, Diplo, Black Coffee, Rudimental, and, most recently, Martin Garrix have earned Elderbrook a revered reputation across the board as a live act, multi-instrumentalist, producer, and singer/songwriter.
While in creative isolation, the British star’s Quarantine Global Livestream Digital Tour surpassing 250k views across all platforms. The artist debuted the album in its entirety on Sept. 16 in a fan-only live show from The London Aquarium.
Elderbrook also announced a 14-day European tour, which is scheduled to kick-off next March with a performance scheduled for London’s Electric Ballroom. For additional information, visit the artist’s official webpage or on all social media platforms.
Alexander Kotz, more commonly known by his artist name Elderbrook, is an English singer/songwriter, and producer. He is most recognized for his Grammy-nominated collaboration with CamelPhat on the track “Cola.”
Elderbrook’s European 2021 Tour Dates:
March 4 – AB CLUB – BRUSSELS, BELGIUM
Mach 5 – WHELANS – DUBLIN, IRELAND
March 6 – LET ETOILES THEATRE – PARIS, FRANCE
March 8 – DIE KANTINE – COLOGNE, GERMANY
March 9 – MOJO CLUB – HAMBURG, GERMANY
March 11 – VEGA – COPENHAGEN, GERMANY
March 12 – KESSELHAUS – BERLIN, GERMANY
March 13 – HYDROZAGADKA – WARSAW, POLAND
March 14 – MEETFACTORY – PRAGUE, CZECH REPUBLIC
March 15 – MELKWEG OZ – AMSTERDAM, NETHERLANDS
March 16 – THE DEAF INSTITUTE – MANCHESTER, UK
March 17 – THE CASTLE AND FALCON – BIRMINGHAM, UK
March 18 – ELECTRIC BALLROOM – LONDON, UK
March 20 – OTTAKRINGER BRAUREI – VIENNA, AUSTRIA
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