New Studio Session Video From Elogy!



California-based Elogy is set to release its debut album “One” on July 6th, 2010. Releasing the debut on its own dime and without the assistance of a major label, Elogy is pleased to be continuing its tradition of working completely independently. The product of a half-decade long process of evolution and development, “One” showcases a band that has taken its time to perfect and hone its sound. With sweeping melodies, well thought out synth lines, and driving vocals, Elogy has recorded an album that is distinctly new, but that still evokes contemporaries like Coldplay, Muse, or Thirty Seconds To Mars.

Based in Orange County, California, the members of Elogy came together 4 years ago under the leadership of Derek Cannavo. Transforming an old warehouse space into a fully functional, state of the art studio, Elogy began to develop their sound and their organization from scratch. Using their classical training as a foundation, the band quickly amassed a large catalogue of songs, and as they brought their music to a live setting, their sound began to evolve as well. Now, after almost half a decade, Elogy is pleased to finally be releasing its debut album, an album that is founded on classical training and solid musicianship but that is far from traditional.

With their debut release behind them, Elogy is poised and ready to enter the next phase of their career and expose their music to new fans across the country. With a full tour of California planned for this summer, and a National tour in the works, the members of Elogy are excited to take the US by storm, and continue their development as a band and as musicians. 


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