Elbow Dead In The Boot Vinyl reissue of Dead In The Boot from the excellent Kingston visitors Elbow. UMC / Polydor LP
Elbow T-shirt: Best Of (White) An officially licensed soft-style cotton t-shirt from Kingston visitors Elbow.
Elbow T-shirt: Best Of (Black) An officially licensed soft-style cotton t-shirt from Kingston visitors Elbow.
Elbow Cast Of Thousands Rock 'n' roll is very nearly at the end of its creative evolution. But Elbow transcend their influences toproduce a virgin sound. A rare pleasure indeed' - 9/10 NME Ribcage Fallen Angel Fugitive Motel Snooks (Progress Report) Switching Off Not A Job I've Got Your Number Buttons And Zips Crawling With Idiot Grace Under Pressure Flying Dream 143 V2 Recordings CD
Elbow The Take Off And Landing Of Everything Vinyl reissue of The Take Off And Landing Of Everything from the excellent Kingston visitors Elbow. Fiction CD | LP
Elbow Little Fictions The seventh studio album from alternative-rock band, Elbow. The singles suggest that the record has an extremely vibrant, uplifting and gives a sense of euphoric atmosphere. ‘Little Fictions’ is an upbeat album. All the band talk of the sessions being ‘joyful’, Mark summarises it as ‘the sound of four people who love what they do and each other’, of an album that came into being naturally and, at times even unconsciously. Lead single ‘Magnificent (She Says)’ was embraced for the joyous, thrilling piece of music it is, positive and outward looking. Mark never even considered his audible switch towards electric guitars, most notable on the psychedelic lushness of ‘All Disco’, until the very end of the process. CD | LP
Elbow Best Of Triple LP includes a download code. Elbow release a handpicked collection of their best moments to date. The album, features tracks from all the bands seven studio albums to date and highlights their incredible musical output over the last eighteen years from the release of the Newborn EP in 1999. Also featured on the album as a bonus track is the band's version of The Beatles Golden Slumbers. “Best Ofs are a good way of introducing new fans to a big back catalogue. My first Leonard Cohen album was ‘The Best Of’, same with Fleetwood Mac and Nick Drake. It took ages for us to decide what should go on ours, but we got there in the end. We are really proud of this, it’s full of memories.” - Guy Garvey Polydor CD | LP
Elbow Live at The Ritz An Acoustic Performance In the week that their eighth full length record titled Giant Of All Sizes was released, Elbow played a few shows to celebrate it's release, one was with us at Pryzm. Another was at The Ritz in Manchester and was recorded live for this release, showcasing their majestic style of grandiose rock. ‘Given we should be seeing 100,000 of you fans on this tour we thought we’d bring forward the release of a record we made at the end of last year, ‘Live at The Ritz’. We have a long history with The Ritz, hanging around there as teenagers. Monday night was indie night and where we found our people but never got a snog. It was a really warm atmosphere in a room we’ve got a ton of history with, one of the best venues in Manchester, one of the best venues in the world. CD | LP
Elbow Giants Of All Sizes The new full length album from Elbow. CD + O-Card is a CD with a hard clear plastic O-card sleeve, which when pulled off will leave the CD artwork bare of text. The National Album Day Edition is very limited, it is the full album but with no breaks so it can only be played as 1 long track / a single body of work. Guy Garvey describes the album as “an angry, old blue lament which finds its salvation in family, friends, the band and new life.” It is a record that lyrically takes in moments of deep personal loss whilst reflecting its times by confronting head-on the spectres of injustice and division not just in the UK but across the world. It is a record that could only have been made in the 21st Century. Given such bleak, if ultimately redeemed, subject matter, it is also, perversely, the most relaxed record which elbow have made in some time. On ‘Giants of All Sizes’, each band member extended their usual process of working on demos alone and followed their vision to its conclusion rather than, as Craig Potter puts it, ‘taking the edges off things to find compromise’. In tandem with this, they returned to playing live in the studio, encouraged to experiment with the banks of analogue equipment at Clouds Hill in Northern Germany, giving songs a looser, more live feel. CD | LP