Inspired by the hard rocking bands of the 80’s, Space Elevator are something of a supergroup who’re bringing together years of experience to create an album unlike anything that’s been heard in a long time. The last time the 80s rock baton was picked up, The Darkness were prancing around with tongue firmly in cheek. This time though, Space Elevator mean business.
Fronted by brilliantly bonkers front woman The Dutchess, the band was instigated by ‘We Will Rock You’ guitarist David Young, who brought in Ellott Ware (The Who/Rock of Ages) on keys, Neil Murray (Whitesnake/Black Sabbath/Gary Moore) and famed session drummer Brian Greene to create a uniquely talented group.
Their first single, ‘Elevator’ is a mission statement, blending their rock ethos with a commercial sound designed to gain maximum exposure. The rest of the album, released in March, follows in this vein – full of energy, excellent production and strong rock songwriting. The most popular MuzicNotez Magazine posts each week are awarded as our “Pick Of The Week“. Help this feature win by sharing it around.