Elderbrook drops highly-anticipated EP ‘Innerlight’ via Big Beat

"It represents the journey of self-discovery that I have been on since becoming a father and learning how to navigate that and trust in myself."

Elderbrook, a Grammy-nominated UK electronic artist, has released his much-anticipated new EP Innerlight, which is out on Big Beat Records (listen here).

Innerlight is a four-track album that begins with the euphoric title track, which features Bob Moses. It’s a poignant, emotionally charged dose of electronica that blurs the lines between electronic and organic sounds, and it was previously released as a single. “I’ll Find My Way To You,” Elderbrook’s most recent single, is up next. It’s a rousing track that pairs lush melodies with evocative vocals, and it’s a collaboration with LA-based artist Emmit Fenn. “Broken Mirror” follows, a life-affirming melodic techno creation produced by dance music master Kölsch, and, closing things out is the stunning “Dominoes,” a collaboration with electronic duo Louis The Child that finds Elderbrook at his most vulnerable.

The artist about the new EP.

The EP is all about how important it is to trust your instincts and believe that you do have the right ideas. That it’s important to follow your own inner light. It represents the journey of self-discovery that I have been on since becoming a father and learning how to navigate that and trust in myself.

The last few years I’ve toured the US many times and met and played shows with some amazing artists. Whilst stuck in the UK during lockdown, I wanted to see if I could make some records with some of the artists I love from over there, and all the collaborations on this EP came about by working via a combination of zoom and phone calls and emails. – Elderbrook

Elderbrook, a self-taught multi-instrumentalist, producer, and singer-songwriter, made his global debut in 2017, lending his vocals and co-writing the platinum-selling hit Cola” with Camelphat, which received Grammy and Ivor Novello nominations. Last year, he released his debut album, Why Do We Shake In The Cold?, which was praised by critics including NPR and Billboard. He is a global sensation who continues to grow as an artist, with over 1 billion streams to date and tours with Bonobo, Friendly Fires, and Jungle.

Innerlight is Elderbrook’s best body of work to date, with a stunning collection of tracks.

Elderbrook North American Tour Dates

Elderbrook is currently on his North American headline tour, which he kicked off with two sold-out nights at Red Rocks and performances at Lollapalooza. The tour’s majority of dates have sold out, with additional shows added in Vancouver, Denver, and Santa Barbara. The run includes stops at The Novo in LA, as well as a special album release show tomorrow evening at New York’s iconic Irving Plaza.

  • October 8 – Cambridge, MA – The Sinclair *sold out*
  • October 9 – New York, NY – Irving Plaza
  • October 15 – Philadelphia, PA – The Foundry *sold out*
  • October 16 – Denver, CO – Bluebird Theater *sold out*
  • October 17 – Denver, CO – Bluebird Theater *sold out*
  • October 20 – Santa Barbara, CA – Soho Music Club
  • October 21 – Santa Barbara, CA – Soho Music Club *sold out*
  • October 22 – Los Angeles, CA – The Novo
  • October 23 – San Francisco, CA – Regency Ballroom
  • October 26 – Santa Cruz, CA – The Atrium @ The Catalyst
  • October 28 – Austin, TX – The Concourse Project (w/ Diplo & Amtrac)
  • December 1 – Vancouver, BC – Celebrities Nightclub
  • December 2 – Vancouver, BC – Celebrities Nightclub
  • December 3 – Toronto, ON – Danforth Music Hall *sold out*
  • December 4 – Montreal, QC – L’Astral *sold out*
  • December 5 – Trois-Rivieres, QC – Cabaret Notre Dame
  • December 11 – Boulder, CO – Powabunga Vail