Elk Road quietly just released a new single, Come Down

Elk Road quietly just released a new single, Come Down

Fresh off his Hottest 100 charting, Elk Road is back and is in bloody great form.

Header photo taken by Littlek Photography.

He managed to just squeeze into this year’s Hottest 100 at #96 with Hanging By A Thread (which is an absolutely huge feat, so a massive congratulations is in order), but in 2017, Perth-based Elk Road means business. Not content with just two Hottest 200 places (his Like A Version with Lisa Mitchell also scored a slot in the countdown’s second half), Elk Road has kicked off his immense year ahead with the quiet release of Come Down – a fresh new single that is peaking with brilliance. Come Down confirms Elk Road’s status as one of Australia’s best, with an earworming vocal line forming the base of the track, soaring above a pulsing, bass-heavy production that toys with subdued synth melodies and roaring hits of brass. Also FYI – those are Elk Road’s own vocals on the track – amazing right? Listen to the track below, and be sure to catch the Perth don on his east-coast dates later this month in a huge support slot for Porter Robinson, Madeon and Lido. Click through the poster to get the last remaining tickets for the Melbourne and Brisbane legs.

Tour Dates (with Porter Robinson and Madeon):

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