Future Elevators Share New Track ‘Alabama Song’ From Self-Titled Debut Album Out On April 1st

FUTURE ELEVATORS
SELF-TITLED DEBUT ALBUM OUT ON 1 APRIL 2016
 
HEAR NEW TRACK ‘ALABAMA SONG
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Birmingham, Alabama’s Future Elevators will release their self-titled debut album on 1st April via Communicating Vessels. The album was produced by Lynn Bridges and Mixed by Darrell Thorp (Radiohead’s Hail to the Thief, Beck’s Morning Phase).

Ahead of releasing the album, the band have now shared a new track, ‘Alabama Song‘. Of this very personal song, lead singer Michael Shackelford says “”This song means the most to me of any song on the album. It is about desperately holding on to a moment where everything is ok. The song is about the love I have for my daughter, as well as the struggles of living in the south or this day and age in general. The song is also about a person being your home instead of a place.”

LISTEN TO ‘ALABAMA SONG’:


Future Elevators. The self-titled 10-track LP will be released on vinyl, CD and digitally on April 1st.

Future Elevators – Track Listing:
1. Rome On A Saturday
2. Modern World
3. Losing Sleep
4. Just Another Day
5. Alabama Song
6. Machine Maker
7. It Is What It Is
8. Everything Everywhere
9. Narcosis
10. Aphrodite


Photo by Wes Frazer
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