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Good Things Reign Triumphant in Pink Elefants’ ‘Sinderella’

By Linc Bradham

Emphatic honesty through genre-less enthusiasm…that’s Pink Elefants in a nutshell. A duo hailing from our own cherished Baltimore, they specialize, in their own words, in “taking lemons and making pink lemonade.”

Pink Elefants is comprised of Finch and Illeven, who came together onto the local DMV music scene as Pink Elefants in 2019. Their music mirrors the concept that is their namesake: a floaty dream that is as likely to be an imaginary vision as much as it is likely to be the most serious thing to come across your path. They work hard to incorporate a myriad of influences, including but not limited to: Daft Punk, Post Malone, and anything and everything that may help them reach the top of the pop charts.

According to Pink Elefants’ Illeven, the top of the pop charts is where they eventually want to be, and it’s a vision that seems completely attainable with the catchy and thoughtful music they continue to create for their adoring fanbase, the Elefans.

With their newest single’s music video, “Sinderella,” Pink Elefants channel not only their usual suspects of pop inspirations, but also a less likely source of ideas: the incredibly rich catalogue of zombie films that many of us have come to know and love. Some of the very best music videos are ones that tell a story, and Pink Elefants’ “Sinderella” tells one which is attention-grabbing and compelling.

Without giving too much away, the video and the music behind it weave a story of redemption and self-fulfillment, all to the backbeat of one of the catchiest tunes of summer 2021. Pink Elefants are well on their way to notoriety, so make sure to give them a follow, not get left in
the dust, and check out the stellar music video for “Sinderella” here.

This track has been added to our Alchemical Weekly YouTube Playlist

Linc Bradham

Linc Bradham is an American multi-instrumentalist, vocalist, audio engineer, and songwriter originally from Savannah, GA. He has resided in the DMV for the last three years and has served in the active-duty Army for the last 12 years. He is in the process of switching Army careers into the Army Field Band as an audio engineering professional, with long-term goals of promoting music education in America and the Middle East.

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