On Friday, October 8th, multi-platinum and Grammy-nominated artist Elderbrook released his highly-anticipated EP, “Innerlight.” This collection of songs features star collaborations, including Bob Moses, Louis the Child, and more. The EP follows Elderbrook’s recent collaborations with Diplo, Black Coffee, and Rudimental.

The EP’s release was accompanied by a music video for “Broken Mirror,” which was directed by Jordan Rossi – protégé of world-renowned photographer Rankin. The video depicts and fleshes out vividly Rossi’s own life story and struggles as a queer artist, being encouraged to be himself in so many ways, while also being told to tone down his true self by others.

Two tracks dropped before the full EP premiere. “Innerlight” (w. Bob Moses) was released before the release of the titular EP, alongside the melancholic “I’ll Find My Way to You” (w. Emmit Fenn). Both have amassed millions of streams worldwide and are currently collecting over a million streams per week.

Elderbrook has been critically acclaimed by multiple media coverages, including NPR’s All Songs Considered, Billboard, SPIN, Flood, Consequence of Sound, Grammy Museum Masterclass, and more, hailed unanimously as “your favorite producer’s favorite producer.” He’s also a touring sensation, with his current North American tour almost entirely sold out – even after venue upgrades and added second nights. This includes sold-out shows at NY’s Irving Plaza + The Novo in LA and follows his performance at Lollapalooza and 2 nights at Red Rocks in August. 

As for what to expect from Elderbrook later this year, the electronic artist will be featured on American electronic music duo ODESZA’s first new music in over 3 years. Look forward to more news regarding this legendary cosign.

In the meantime, enjoy this four-track EP, “Innerlight,” from Elderbrook.

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