IN THE THREE YEARS SINCE ELOHIM FIRST HIT THE SCENE, SHE’s HAD AN IMPRESSIVE PROGRESSION.
Quickly growing from a top artist to watch on Soundcloud in 2015, to landing a spot at Coachella earlier this month, it is obvious that Elohim has no plans of slowing down.
And if her impressive self-titled debut album, Elohim, is any teller of what is to come from the artist, her fans should be excited.
this is very surreal to be typing .. my debut full length record will be out in the universe swimming through your ears and into your mind on April 27th.
you can pre-order ELOHIM right now at https://t.co/rXvF7WGdMW
I love you SO MUCH pic.twitter.com/89pVgdWNpZ
— EL👁HIM (@elohimmusic) March 9, 2018
Each of the 15 tracks included on the album have their own vibe, spanning from ethereal to electro-pop to deep house. This diversity is sure to keep any music lover wanting more.
Although each track can carry its own, the album has a funky flow that takes the listener on a whirlwind journey. Typical of the Elohim style, fans can expect to hear catchy melodies, captivating vocals and emotional, but relate-able lyrics throughout.
As someone who has openly struggled with anxiety and depression, the album as a whole displays a rawness and honesty that came at no surprise to her fans, who have highly praised the release on Twitter.
insecure. i didn’t have to speak a word but i feel completely transparent and understood. thank u for being so honest. this is what good music by real people does to real people. @elohimmusic btw, cried
— kriana (@halfinacoma) April 27, 2018
So incredibly proud of @elohimmusic. She revives the expression of raw emotion through sound. Through music she has created a family of incredible and kind people. This album will help so many people in so many ways. El, thank you. I love you all the way🖤 https://t.co/IT9euRNJSN pic.twitter.com/hm7Pb4RYV1
— AL👁N (@alon_drori) April 27, 2018
The release comes after a jam-packed 2017 for Elohim. She attended big-name festivals such as Middlelands, Lightning in a Bottle, Firefly, Lollapalooza and CRSSD. Additionally, she toured alongside artists such as Alison Wonderland, Jai Wolf, Gryffin, and Louis The Child.
Also notable, her 2018 single “Sleepy Eyes” (with Whethan) charted on the Billboard Dance Charts earlier this year with over 20 million Spotify plays.