Elm Tree Circle have evolved towards a style that inherits all the classic influences of their late 90s and early 2000s pop-punk heroes paired with a good touch of emotional lyrics, melancholic chords and distinct vocal lines that spin in your head after the first listen.
The former solo project broke ground in Europe’s emo, punk and D.I.Y. scene with their "Drawn" EP in 2016. After getting more international attention with their debut album "The Good Life" two years later (1 million streams on Spotify alone), the band followed up with their sophomore Album "No Fomo" in 2020 a few month after their planned tour to promote the first singles came to a grinding halt due to the start of the pandemic in march 2020. In the years before the lock down, Elm Tree Circle as a group as well as a singer songwriter, have engaged in extensive touring playing numerous shows across Europe, Australia, Japan and recently even India where they stage was shared with iconic artists like The Ataris, Pears, Boston Manor and Such Gold. Germany’s Visions magazine once even praised them as “best in class in emo-rock” (translated). Song suggestions are Feel The Bern as well as All About You for friends of Movements, Modern Baseball, PUP and American Football.
After a creative break during Covid, the band is finally back with an album in the pipeline and three singles already out in 2023. Singles “Bae”, “Stoned” and “Common” have made it on major Spotify playlists such as “All New Rock”, “Rock Rotation” and “Alternative Noise” and feature their classic package of relatable lyrics and catchy hooks.
On January 25th the group released their latest single “Goodbye” which experiments with sounds and a production style that’s new to the band’s portfolio. The song is an emotional journey through the echoes of lost love and a testament to the complexities of romantic relationships.