Ellevator Release "Party Trick" Ahead of Debut Album

'The Words You Spoke Still Move Me' is out May 6

Photo: Stephanie Montani

BY James MartensPublished Apr 11, 2022

Hamilton-based indie pop trio Ellevator have released a new single, "Party Trick," from their upcoming debut album The Words You Spoke Still Move Me, due out May 6 via Arts & Crafts.

Speaking of the new single in a press release, singer Nabi Sue Bersche shared:

A friend said to me that being in a band means never growing up. It's easy to feel like Peter Pan on tour, all the trappings of adulthood a hundred truck stops and a thousand miles in the rearview. I started writing this song to my teenage self: a flighty, insecure kid posturing confidence. I'd jump around to all the different cliques like a self-styled Ferris Bueller, leaving just before friendships could settle in. Being on the road brought out those same old tendencies: keep it all on the level, don't go too deep.

"Party Trick" follows the release of "Easy," "Charlie IO," "Sacred Heart" and "Slip" from the record. The Words You Spoke Still Move Me was produced by former Death Cab for Cutie guitarist Chris Walla

Back in February, the band mapped out multiple Ontario tour dates, as well as a lone stop in Montreal. See those dates here.

Check out the lyric video for "Party Trick" below.

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