Elevation Falls at Molly’s Dunfanaghy
‘Elevation Falls’ are a young Dublin based Classic Rock/Blues Band who are fronted by an amazing young singer, often referred to by older musicians as the best female rock singer they’ve heard in many, many years! Fronted by the powerful and unique vocal talents of 21 year old singer/songwriter Hazel Jade, EF’s Warrior Queen, who formed the band at the start of 2013, and has been likened in ability to many great female singers such as Ann Wilson (Heart), BUT you will not mistake her vocal for any other artist!.
EF’s performance is full of movement. With duelling guitarist Chris & Darragh alongside the pumping rhythm section provided by the drumming protege Korey, & the multi-talented instrumentalist Gabriel, they create foot stomping beats alongside soulful epic drama, sweeping audiences along with them on a musical journey.
Already in 2017 they’ve had their track ‘Infinite Always‘ selected for publishing in the US for use on Cable TV, alongside being selected in late 2016 with their song ‘Goodbye To You‘ for the soundtrack of Canadian Independent film ‘Patient 62’ which has received a number of awards!. 2016 also saw them win ‘Hard Rock Rising’ Ireland with the Hard Rock Cafe group, and two of their videos were selected to put on global rotation with their restaurants. They were recently selected by Pete Holidai (Radiators From Space and Lecturer at BCFE) with Loom Recordings for a ‘Best Of Unsigned Irish Artists’ CD release due out in late March this year. In July they will tour with their new album ‘Armies Rising’, with a 5 week schedule in the summer covering 30 cities in Sweden, France, Netherlands, Belgium, Germany and the UK.
Supported by a number of Irish music Industry people, including Queen of Irish Rock, Philomena Lynott who appeared in their video ‘Watching Over You’ (exclusively signed for a publishing deal with GD78 Music), Radio Presenters Roddie Cleere (KCLR), Pat Courtenay (Radio Nova) and very sadly, the late Johnny Lyons (98fm/Today FM), they are quite simply a ‘class act’, as they say in Ireland!