Elevator Division

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After 15 years of silence, Kansas City-based rock band, Elevator Division, are back and recording new music.
Originally formed in 1998, Elevator Division quickly carved out their own sound, crafting somber, melodic indie-pop that has drawn frequent comparisons to The Cure, Radiohead, and a “darker Coldplay.”
Between 1999-2004, Elevator Division released three full-length albums and one EP and toured extensively, opening for bands such as Weezer, Cursive, Secret Machines, Pedro the Lion, Sleeping At Last, and Starflyer 59. Their 2004 release, Years, received critical praise and eventually had two songs featured in a streaming episode of MTV’s reality show The Hills.

The band played their final show (they thought) in December of 2005. Fifteen years later, in January of 2020, the band surprised fans when they announced a reunion show to benefit the family of a close friend. At the show, the band delighted a packed audience with a brand new song, and the announcement that they were staying together. Elevator Division now consists of five of its past members: James Hoskins (vocals, guitar), Sam Hoskins (drums, vocals), Jeremiah Gonzales (lead guitar), Chris Stewart (bass, guitar), and Paul Buzan (bass, keyboard). The band is scheduled to release new music in 2021. To learn more, and watch footage of their 15-year reunion show, visit elevatordivision.com.

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