Much loved English quartet will release the follow-up to 2014’s The Take Off And Landing Of Everything in Spring 2017
They’re one of the most critically acclaimed alt-rock bands of their era and now Elbow have given their fans something new to smile about, after it was revealed that they will release their seventh studio album next Spring.
Speaking to Radio X, singer Guy Garvey said: “We’re hoping to release [our new album] next year and it’s sounding great. [We’re] hoping to have it out maybe February/March next year.”
The album will be Elbow’s first record to be made since the departure of drummer Richard Jupp. It is believed that Jupp left Elbow in order to focus his energies upon his various charity work and his drum school.
Elbow first began playing together in 1990 and adopted the name by which they are now known seven years later. They released their debut album Asleep In The Back in 2001 and since then have become one of the most well known and highly regarded bands in their field.