Elliphant Premieres New Video For 'Only Getting Younger'
Today, Swedish wild-child and feisty songstress Elliphant premiered the brand new video for her drum and bass fused track "Only Getting Younger" on RollingStone.com. The track -- taken from her most recent EP release "Look Like You Love It" (TEN/Kemosabe/Mad Decent) - was produced by producer/DJ extraordinaire Skrillex and is available now on iTunes, Amazon and Spotify.
WATCH "ONLY GETTING YOUNGER" HERE
Elliphant will also be joining British alt.pop headliner Charli XCX as direct support - along with supporting act FEMME - on the road this fall for a girl-powered pop assault across North America. The 20-stop, all-female tour will take the trio across North America starting in Florida on 09/26, traveling all along the east coast, making stops in NYC, Boston, amongst many other cities including the mid-west, then winding up west in San Francisco on 10/15.
Having sold out shows in North America earlier this year, and with a jam-packed summer of performing at some of the world's biggest festivals across Europe - including a performance at Glastonbury - Elliphant (AKA Ellinor Olovsdotter) continues to deliver "genre-bending, euphoria-inducing" jams (Style.com) in continued support of her current 'Look Like You Love It' EP (TEN/Kemosabe/Mad Decent) out now on iTunes, Amazon and Spotify.
Her undeniable status as a "pan-global enigma," Elliphant captivates international crowds with her provocative pop, a hybrid of "EDM, dancehall, rap, and Swedish pop." (Idolator)
Earlier this year, Elliphant released her powerful single 'Revolusion' from her current EP that also features production from Skrillex, Diplo and Dr. Luke. Her second official single 'Only Getting Younger,' produced by Skrillex, showcases Elliphant's distinctively haunting yet aggressive vocals, multi-layered synth and beats, all driven by a melodic piano, further solidifying her individual and often iconoclastic style.
'Look Like You Love It' is available as a co-release via Sweden's highly regarded Record Company Ten, Dr. Luke's Kemosabe Records and Diplo's Mad Decent.