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Denver psych-rock group Eldren has changed it up with their new song “Fell In.”
Using snippets of footage from landscapes in Colorado and Japan, the band incorporates their psychedelics in a more visual sense this time around, combining the natural beauty of Colorado with pre-pandemic footage of a trip to Japan. It’s a great composition of the way things are, were, and can be.
Recently, Eldren has also released its “Separation Sessions” — a series of covers they recorded at home. An August LP is on the way.
Check out Eldren’s other music, earning them two best psych-rock band awards with Westword in 2015 and 2016.