Elliott BROOD
Elliott BROOD

Elliott BROOD

About Elliott BROOD

Canadian alt-folk/country group Elliott Brood formed in 2002 based around the songwriting of Windsor, Ontario natives Mark Sasso and Casey Laforet. Their first EP, Tin Type, fared well on college radio, and in 2005 they followed it with Ambassador. Elliott Brood became known for swapping instruments on-stage and mixing dark acoustic roots sounds with more rock-oriented electric guitar songs. Mountain Meadows was shortlisted for the 2009 Polaris Prize and in 2010 they composed the score for the indie film Grown Up Movie Star. The following year they released their third album, Days into Years. In 2013 they revisited the sound of their earliest release with the all-acoustic Tin Type II EP. Work and Love followed in 2014. ~ Timothy Monger

    Toronto, Ontario, Canada

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