With lush guitar tones and dreamy four-part harmonies, this four piece Lansing, Michigan indie rock band is not only catching the attention of Michiganders, but building a fan base all across the nation. The bands sails caught wind when they garnered the attention of Casey Crescenzo of The Dear Hunter who produced their latest album “Ghost Town Lullabies”.
Elliot Street Lunatic subverts the mundane and transports you into atmosphere with remnants of past familiarities and creative new futures. Front man Jason Marr’s raspy vocals are greatly complimented by Eric Robins, Josh Debrabander and Caleb Knight’s ambitious harmonies. The subtle but powerful rhythms provided by bass and drums are the perfect undertow to carry you away while you lose yourself to sublime guitars and epic melodies.
Forming in the weathered capitol of Michigan provided no wake or coat tails to ride on. This led Elliot Street Lunatic to rely on hard work, great attitudes and stellar music to become the fastest up and coming Michigan based indie band. On their journey they have shared the stage with Rooney, Of Montreal, Tokyo Police Club, Electric Guest, Astronautalis, The Verve Pipe and more.
With no intention of slowing down Elliot Street Lunatic is hitting the road harder than ever, propelled by their sophomore albums recent debut and ever-expanding fan base. This is one band you should be sure to catch!