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ELDERBROOK

Alexander Kotz, widely recognized as Elderbrook, stands out as a remarkable phenomenon in the music scene. Hailing from Great Britain, he is a singer, songwriter, producer, and self-taught instrumentalist. The Grammy-nominated electronic music artist has made a significant impact with his hit “Cola” and has collaborated with acclaimed acts such as Gorgon City, Clean Bandit, Carnage, Diplo, Martin Garrix, and Rudimental, in addition to creating his own impressive solo works.

Elderbrook’s musical journey commenced in 2014 with the release of his first EP, “Could.” However, it was in 2015 that his music gained prominence when he collaborated with the German duo Andhim on a new version of the song “How Many Times,” which later became a dance music classic. The same year saw the release of his second EP, “Travel Slow,” along with remixes for well-known groups and significant performances alongside Gorgon City and other notable artists.

The turning point in Elderbrook’s career came in 2017 with the release of the legendary electronic single “Cola” in collaboration with the duo CamelPhat. The Grammy-nominated and Billboard Top 10 hit blended CamelPhat’s electronic beats with Elderbrook’s distinctive vocals, garnering widespread acclaim.

Beyond creating sonically captivating music, Elderbrook’s lyrics and music videos tackle sensitive themes of identity and mental health. His 2020 debut studio album, “Why Do We Shake In The Cold?,” featured the standout track “Something About You,” co-produced with Rudimental. The accompanying music video, with over 35 million views, delves into a men’s support group, emphasizing the importance of emotional openness. In his second studio album, “Little Love,” dedicated to his children, the theme of parenthood takes center stage, exploring the complexities of parental love.

Having graced world tours alongside acts like Jungle, Bonobo, and Friendly Fires, Elderbrook is a seasoned performer on the global stage, making appearances at renowned festivals such as Coachella and Lollapalooza. In 2023 alone, he dazzled audiences with over 100 performances, and in 2024, Lithuania will be treated to his exceptional talent as he takes the stage at the Granatos Live festival.

Alexander Kotz, widely recognized as Elderbrook, stands out as a remarkable phenomenon in the music scene. Hailing from Great Britain, he is a singer, songwriter, producer, and self-taught instrumentalist. The Grammy-nominated electronic music artist has made a significant impact with his hit “Cola” and has collaborated with acclaimed acts such as Gorgon City, Clean Bandit, Carnage, Diplo, Martin Garrix, and Rudimental, in addition to creating his own impressive solo works.

Elderbrook’s musical journey commenced in 2014 with the release of his first EP, “Could.” However, it was in 2015 that his music gained prominence when he collaborated with the German duo Andhim on a new version of the song “How Many Times,” which later became a dance music classic. The same year saw the release of his second EP, “Travel Slow,” along with remixes for well-known groups and significant performances alongside Gorgon City and other notable artists.

The turning point in Elderbrook’s career came in 2017 with the release of the legendary electronic single “Cola” in collaboration with the duo CamelPhat. The Grammy-nominated and Billboard Top 10 hit blended CamelPhat’s electronic beats with Elderbrook’s distinctive vocals, garnering widespread acclaim.

Beyond creating sonically captivating music, Elderbrook’s lyrics and music videos tackle sensitive themes of identity and mental health. His 2020 debut studio album, “Why Do We Shake In The Cold?,” featured the standout track “Something About You,” co-produced with Rudimental. The accompanying music video, with over 35 million views, delves into a men’s support group, emphasizing the importance of emotional openness. In his second studio album, “Little Love,” dedicated to his children, the theme of parenthood takes center stage, exploring the complexities of parental love.

Having graced world tours alongside acts like Jungle, Bonobo, and Friendly Fires, Elderbrook is a seasoned performer on the global stage, making appearances at renowned festivals such as Coachella and Lollapalooza. In 2023 alone, he dazzled audiences with over 100 performances, and in 2024, Lithuania will be treated to his exceptional talent as he takes the stage at the Granatos Live festival.

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