|Consummate Classic Rock four-piece Space Elevator, who were formed by guitarist David Young and flamboyant lead singer The Duchess, have confirmed the release of their soaring new single and video ‘Keep Waiting’ on Steamhammer / SPV today.
‘Keep Waiting’, a powerful, perfectly performed, instantly memorable pop infused melodic rock composition, is the second single to be taken from the band’s sophomore album ‘Space Elevator II’.
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Fireworks magazine’s Dave Bott stated “‘II’ has more of an edge than the debut and Young gets to flex his solo muscles a bit more, but it is the quality of the material that makes the biggest impact. Having said that, let’s not forget the vocals. I have seen the band perform live and can testify first hand that The Duchess is quality. She has the power, the passion and has the image to match. It is hard to pick highlights from this release and I find myself drawn to a different favorite with every play. From the rocky opener ‘Take The Pain’ through to the Queen-like closer ‘Queen For A Day’, (where Young channels his best Brian May) it really is a case of “all killer, no filler” and the energy levels are very high.”
Powerplay magazine’s Steve Swift raved “This has variety, it has expectation, it has a 70’s ethos, it has oddness. Just enough of all of these makes something very special. Messrs Young, Maguire (bass) Greene (drums) and Ms Duchess should all be proud of themselves. Elevator? Top floor, please.”
Classic Rock magazine’s Max Bell declared “Chucking in a steady stream of ABBA-esque arrangements and nods towards 60s girl groups, Curved Air, Whitesnake and Fabienne Shine’s badass ‘Shakin’ Street, this ultra-professional quartet don’t put a foot wrong.”
‘Keep Waiting’ is now all set to boost Space Elevator ever higher into rock’s heady stratosphere when released today.
The album “Space Elevator II” was released in May last year through SPV/Steamhammer as a CD digi version, 2LP vinyl version and digital: https://SpaceElevator.lnk.to/II
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