So when did Elbow get so pissed off? This UK group first caught our attention with their debut album, Asleep In The Back. The track "Newborn" is still a personal favorite. The lads are back with their latest, The Seldom Seen Kid, which is their fourth full-length studio album. It will be hitting stores overseas on March 17 via Fiction, and unfortunately there is currently no US release information as of yet.
The first single from the new record, "Grounds For Divorce," shows a much angrier side to Elbow's sound, and we definitely dig it. Check out the video, featuring frontman Guy Garvey unleashing his angst on a nearby table. The angrier, bluesy Elbow is mighty rad.
"Grounds For Divorce"