The Elwins



The Elwins are a bright and energetic pop rock band from the Toronto suburbs. The founding duo began playing together at Huron Heights Secondary School and released their debut self-titled EP in 2008. They expanded to the quartet they are today shortly after and self-released their first LP, "And I Thank You" in 2012. Shortly after the release, they began touring in the US and Western Europe, headlining stints of 40+ dates. The band tours zealously, often booking 8 weeks at a time with little break. They take playing very seriously, taking pride in a tight live show and working full days at home when not touring.

The Elwins' newest record, "Play for Keeps," is a 12-track release chock full of infectious, alternative dance pop. It has elements of surf rock with playful guitar riffs, tingling keyboard lines, and a drum sampler that boosts the optimism in every percussive hit. Their first single, "So Down Low," is an electric summer hit that battles the Ontario chill with relentless energy, reaching #12 overall on Canadian Alternative Rock charts. With an unusually strong work ethic, a supportive community, and penchant for writing hits, the Elwins are poised to thrive in today's music climate. 

Watch them perform tracks from the new release on Audiotree Live. 

Session Tracklisting
1. Bringing Out The Shoulders
2. Bubble
3. Away Too Long
4. Show Me How To Move
5. So Down Low

Band Members
Matthew Sweeney - Guitar and Vocals
Feurd Moore - Guitar, Keys, and Vocals
Frankie Figliomeni - Bass and Vocals
Travis Stokl - Drums and Sampler

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