- 23 Jan 23
Tickets on sale Friday, January 27th at 10am for Elderbrook's Irish dates.
London electronic musician Elderbrook (real name Alexander Kotz) is returning to Belfast and Dublin this May for Irish dates.
The live phenomenon, multi-instrumentalist, producer, singer-songwriter, and father-of-two will perform at Mandela Hall on May 8th and Vicar Street on May 9th.
Elderbrook has an innate flair for creating emotive music that explores the sensitive and introspective themes of identity, mental well-being, and, more recently - parenthood.
Over 1.5 billion global streams, Grammy and Ivor Novello nominations, tours with Jungle, Rüfüs Du Sol, and Odesza, and collaborations with Camelphat, Diplo, Bob Moses, and Rudimental have earned him a revered reputation as a dynamic, multi-faceted, forward-thinking talent who is confident and comfortable exploring a range of genres.
His career as a musician began in 2015, when he released his first EP, which contained the song, 'How Many Times' which went on to be remixed by German duo Andhim. His 2018 collaboration with Camelphat, 'Cola', was nominated for Best Dance song at the Grammy Awards.
He released debut album Talking back in 2017, followed by Why Do We Shake In The Cold? in 2020. Elderbrook's previous EP, Innerlight, dropped in 2021.
Armed with a rich history of playing Ireland; Kotz has performed at Whelan's before his two dates at Vicar Street last year.
In the past few months, the 30-year-old has released three new singles from his upcoming long player; 'I'll Be Around' with Amtrac, 'Beautiful Morning' and 'Howl' featuring Tourist.
Tickets on sale Friday, January 27th at 10am for the Irish dates.
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