Formerly based in Boston but now residing in Los Angeles comes the party rock vibes of The Relevant Elephants, who have released their sophomore full length album just last week titled "Major Plastic Sabotage". The disc provides some relief during this pandemic for those who are homebound and gives fans some musical relief at the hands of these handsomely talented gentlemen. The trio consists of Zack Hankins, Adam Khalil, and Drew Lucas whom I've had the pleasure of knowing for several years when they resided here in Boston, and featured the guys on my site a couple of times along with a couple of interviews along the way as well. They got their start performing in the MBTA subway scene at Park Street and Downtown Crossing where I first discovered them. On their latest opus, the band shows remarkable musical growth, and shows how they're coping during this awkward and difficult time by focusing on what they do best: create easy going, party ready jams that fans can gravitate towards that provide for some escapist entertainment with everything they have going on in their lives. A terrific effort from a band that don't take themselves too seriously.
To check out "Major Plastic Sabotage" for yourself it's available to stream on Bandcamp directly above and on most streaming providers as well. For more on The Relevant Elephants, please give them a 'Like' on Facebook from over here, follow them on Twitter right here, and see their pretty faces on Instagram located here.