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Sheva Elliot Heats Things Up On New Single, “Clothes In The Kitchen”

If you’re into rock’n’roll, Sheva Elliot is a name you want to remember. The multi-talented songstress is poised to release her highly anticipated debut album in the summer of 2023, and it promises to be a banger.

With a crazy range that sees her equally as comfortable singing Motown or Metal, her ability to excel in multiple ways and styles has quickly separated her from most of her peers, and she’s one to watch for the future.

Recorded live to tape at the historic Sonic Ranch Studios in El Paso, Texas, Sheva's upcoming album (out Summer 2023) was recorded using the same console that some of her idols, such as Gladys Knight, Marvin Gaye, and the Jackson 5 used as well. This collection of nine tracks showcases Sheva's writer and performer range. Her soulful roots are ever-present, but she's not afraid to experiment and venture out into new territory, incorporating psych & glam rock, pop, & gospel sounds into her artistic repertoire.

The first single off the album “Clothes in the Kitchen,” however, sees Sheva channel one of the most classic and respected sounds today. It's a rollicking, upbeat rock’n’roll offering with touches of soul that will have you tapping your feet and singing along in no time.

Over the rock’n’roll instrumentals, Sheva drops gems such as “This is real life / Not the movies” and “Could I ever make ya happy / Would you rather be alone,” which immediately get stuck in your head. The sky is the limit, and we can’t wait to see how far Sheva Elliot will take it, one vibe at a time.

Sheva Elliot’s “Clothes in the Kitchen” is a good old-fashioned rock ‘n’ roll introduction to a songstress poised to break out and at the top of her game. Whenever you’re ready, tap in and steam “Clothes in the Kitchen,” available now on all major streaming platforms.

Welcome to BuzzMusic, Sheva Elliot. We loved “Clothes in the Kitchen,” what an intro to your music! What made you decide on “Clothes in the Kitchen” as one of your lead singles for your upcoming album?

Thank you! "Clothes in the Kitchen" is just so much fun. It departs from the first single I released, Land of the Free, a political rock anthem. Land of the Free is very much steeped in reality, as it speaks to socio-political issues that, quite frankly, enrage me. "Clothes in the Kitchen," on the other hand, is a song around which I got to build a campy world and play. I also got to live out my MTV Hair Metal heaven fantasies in the music video. The album focuses less on the macro and more on the micro – as in my relationship with myself and others.

How did you first get involved in making music? Was it something you always knew you wanted to do or something that you decided on later?

I started singing when I was four and writing songs soon after. I’d say music chose me more than I chose it.

What has been your favourite part of your musical journey so far?

There have been so many good moments, but the most fun I’ve had thus far has been hearing the album come to life! I recorded it and stayed at Sonic Ranch in El Paso. It’s a giant artist retreat in the desert, away from the city, with tons of musicians rolling in and out. We’d be dining with a different band at the communal table each week, sharing stories and upcoming projects, and birthing new collaborations. I learned as much at that dinner table as in the studio.

What do you want your fans to feel when they listen to your music?

So much of my musical influence stems from classic/blues rock, Motown, and soul. I recorded the album live to tape as an homage to those who helped build my sound, and I want my listeners to be transported when they hear the music. I also hope each listener can recognize a piece of themselves in my stories. And if they don’t see themselves, I hope they can at least shed a tear or have a good chuckle.

So your new album drops this summer! What can we expect to hear on it, and are there any songs on that project that you’re especially excited for us to hear?

Yes, it does, finally! Been a long time coming. You can expect to hear a range of genres – from psych to glam rock, to doo-wop, Motown, gospel, and soul. I’m pretty excited about The Canyon – that’s the psych-rock one, and the accompanying music video will have a tripped-out, Easy Rider vibe.

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