Since 2014, Ignore the Elephant have established themselves as a big name in the Swedish underground scene. The band has played sold out clubs and big arenas headlining or supporting some of Sweden’s biggest acts. Their live performances always mean sweat, a well-packaged show and energy so explosive it throws you up against the venues back wall.
In May 2015 Ignore the Elephant released their debut EP ”SONO” and this year they have released two singles, ”Too Beautiful For Me” and their latest single ”Wish I Was Dead” was released on June 23. Both were very well received by fans as well as some of the biggest music blogs in Sweden. This fall Ignore the Elephant will once again lock themselves in the studio to record new material to see the light of day in early 2017.
Swedish quintet Ignore the Elephant have a new video to accompany their latest release “Wish I Was Dead”.
The video includes the group taking part in an eerie masquerade ball. The party is rather infectious with his peers having a grand old time, but unfortunately for the protagonist, he looks on in isolation. Finding himself stuck in a rut, his jealously almost suffocates him upon realizing his ex in the hands of someone new. Like a fresh stab wound smothered in salt, the discovery certainly stings.
Ignore the Elephant vividly depict the emotions that arise post-breakup and from start to finish the feature has viewers wondering what is next.
An exceptional release from the insanely talented ensemble, things will only go up from here.
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