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Rising star Elohim announces headlining tour, PNW dates, and new album

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Los Angeles artist, Elohim announced her tour today, joined by the surprise of a live album. The electropop singer/producer will stop throughout the United States, ending in the Pacific Northwest. Lucky for us, the Group Therapy tour ends with dates in Eugene, Portland, Seattle, and Vancouver BC. 

For her first headlining tour, Elohim secured 25 shows for Group Therapy, both as independent shows and as support in huge festivals. It looks like both EDC Mexico and Okeechobee music festivals can look forward to her signature mysterious performance style; Bahari and Mehro are slated to support.

In this surprise announcement, Elohim additionally released a live album. Her Reimagined at Hollywood Live album clocks in at 19 songs, featuring impressive piano instrumentals. Elohim’s vocals resonate throughout the crowd that cheer in support during every break. She also offers short commentary between tracks to connect with the audience. The album features her most popular songs Love is Alive, Xanax, and Sleepy Eyes

Elohim is sure to put on a great show, following her tour last year opening for the Glitch Mob (surprise: they love her too). Find tickets for her Group Therapy tour here with more information about the tour. Give her Reimagined at Hollywood Live album a listen here, and let us know what you think!

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