What's in your bundle?
- 3 MP3 Tracks
- Digital Booklet of Lyrics
- Photography and Credits
- EP Artwork
- MP4 Video for 'Take Me Out in Your Old Bread Van
- 3 Colouring Posters
- 3 Full Colour Posters.
Track Listing: Track 1 Take Me Out in Your Old Bread Van (Elfin Bow) Track 2 Miles Away (Elfin Bow) Track 3 Mother Said (Elfin Bow)
About: For her first release with Peacock Sunrise Records, Elfin Bow (Elizabeth Anne Jones) is unapologetically celebrating the strange bedfellows that are Joy and Tragedy, with three original songs that tell of great love, and the cracks that both promise, and threaten, to break that love wide open.
Take Me Out in Your Old Bread Van
With an accompanying video, reminiscent of full technicolour, DIY 1970’s children’s TV shows, Elfin Bow joyfully reminisces about the days when her parents used to date in an old bread van, dreaming of a large family and a rosy future. A timely launch to mark her parents 50thwedding anniversary, this up-beat, banjo-driven song is sure to bring a wide smile with every listen.
That moment when you are right next to someone but may as well be a million miles away. Elfin Bow’s desolate piano and haunting harmonies wash wave after wave of tragical lyrics over a waltz that threatens to break your heart, unless…
Described as ‘lyrically astute’ by Shindig Magazine, wordsmith Elfin Bow, takes us on a journey from the knowing look of a newborn to the aging lines of a life, long lived, in this tale of a mother’s deep intuitive wisdom gifted to her daughter.
“Elfin Bow has been making waves within the modern folk scene over the last year and is now releasing her debut three-track EP for PeacockSunrise Records. With songs showing her diverse musical style and wonderful storytelling ability. Her songs are wonderfully inclusive, dynamic, folky, poptastic and basically a load of fun. Just hearing her music always makes me smile, makes me feel warm inside, and somehow always makes me feel loved. No-one else exists, Elfin Bow is talking just to me, telling her stories in her own intimate way, making for a very special listening experience indeed.”Kev Rowland, music reviewer and author of The Progressive Underground.