Elephant Revival

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Josh Ritter & Elephant Revival | Girl In The War | Folks Fest

On a daunting overcast day at one of the nation’s most beautiful venues, nothing could put a cloud on the positivity that radiates from all angles of the band that calls themselves Elephant Revival. And in true form, they invited many friends as guests to play along with them on this evening at Red Rocks Amphitheatre. The stage was ornate, and had evidence of aerial cloths and a drum circle formed in the top middle of the stage.

As Elephant Revival gears up for their upcoming show at Red Rocks, they have decided to release their cover of Jefferson Airplane’s classic, "White Rabbit”. The psychedelic tune is perfectly suited by Bonnie Paine's signature vibrato as the rest of the band trades in their acoustic instruments for ones accompanied by electric distortion effects.
 

Elephant Revival's performance of "Hello You Who" at Red Rocks perfectly captures Bonnie Paine's haunting vocals and intimacy with her cello, intertwined with scenes of intricate acrobatic performances by Colorado-based theatrical circus group Fractal Tribe.

VuHaus, non-profit music video aggregator and music discovery platform, premiered Elephant Revival's 2016 Red Rocks performance of "The Garden" in the launch of their VuHaus Colorado page, two weeks ago. "The Garden" was also featured as the VuHaus Song of the Day, last Tuesday, March 14th. See the video on VuHaus here.
 

Colorado band Elephant Revival releases a new music video for their song "Petals", the title track of their latest studio album.

Elephant Revival | Birds and Stars | Boulder Theater | 12/8/16

Elephant Revival's dream continues with the announce of their second headlining Red Rocks show.

Progressive transcendental folk quintet Elephant Revival will perform with Gipsy Moon at Boulder Theatre in Boulder, CO on "Arial",sans-serif">Thursday, December 8th at 7:30 p.m.

Fall bluegrass festivals are usually pretty perfect no matter where you are. There's that cool heaviness in the air and the crisp laughter of folks coming together to enjoy the natural sound of bluegrass. This year's Hillberry Music Festival in Eureka Springs, AR was no exception. The stellar lineup and fantastic scenery compelled people from all over the U.S. to travel to Arkansas for a weekend of music and meaningful experiences.