Indie, Pop, Rock, Roots
Regina Spektor, Kate Miller-Heidke, Sarah Blasko
Erin Harrington - Vocals, Piano, Ukulele; James Peeters - Drums; James Lord - Bass, Guitar; Lucinda Bopf - Flute, Melodica, Backing Vox, Synth
Everyday life, Ukuleles, Muse
COMING SOON: New tunes. New sounds. New shoes.
The vibrant Miss Elm are a cohesive Brisbane four-piece, where front-woman Erin Harrington’s intriguing voice amalgamates with a gluey rhythm section of James Peeters on drums, James Lord on bass guitar, and the sweet tones of Lucinda Bopf’s flute, melodica, and backing vocals.
In 2015, the Elm sound has evolved into a dark folky mistress with the new release of "Ice Man", a sweet serenade of trials and tribulation surrounding heartache.
The energetic, upbeat act, who project fresh and addictive pop hooks, have become well-seasoned (think pepper and sugar) through hundreds of live performances; they have played at Red Deer Festival, Caloundra Music Festival, and Teneriffe Festival, and shared lineups with musical greats such as John Butler Trio, Clare Bowditch, and Ball Park Music—they’ve even jammed backstage with New Orleans jazz and funk guru Trombone Shorty. Miss Elm’s music has featured on community radio station Traxx Radio’s Top 40 two years running and appeared in Brisbane’s 4ZZZ Hot 100, and enjoyed multiple spins on Triple J. Miss Elm are cultivating an intense, psycho-pixie, neo folk/indie cult. Next stop: your iPod.
ICE MAN out now.
Experience the next phase of Elm; sweet meets dark for a brand-new pop sound.
“Fight flames with feathers, even though it's icy weather”