Baroque pop group Elm talk about Hard Working Class Heroes and the emergence of a new sound

A year-long hiatus led to the renaissance of ELM, one of the freshest talents on the Irish music scene. The band lay their cards on the table as they talk about recent adventures, excursions in the States, and “killing each other to get the songs right”.

The Hot Press gang were among the most saddened when Elm...

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