Elohim, Bahari, and Mehro Go For Adds

Posted on Feb 24, 2020
Elohim, Bahari, and Mehro Go For Adds

Since Elohim‘s first single “Xanax” debuted in 2015, she’s gathered fans around the world on the strength of songs that deal with themes of mental illness. Her self-reflective 2018 debut album included songs like “Panic Attacks,” and The FADER wrote after her Coachella performance that year that “it’s partly due to Elohim’s unfailing openness about anxiety and depression” that she has such an active and connected fanbase. In 2019, she released the Braindead EP and donated proceeds of its sales to mental health initiatives and suicide prevention. Now, she is embarking on a full headlining tour of the United States that embraces the concept of healing: The Group Therapy Tour, which continues tomorrow tonight at The Masquerade in Atlanta.

She’ll be joined on the tour by alternative-pop artists Bahari and newcomer Mehro. Bahari, comprised of singer/bassist Natalia Panzarella and singer/keyboardist Ruby Carr, are known for their rich harmonies and have previously toured with Selena Gomez and Birdy.

In conjunction with the tour, Elohim is releasing a single called “Group Therapy” and Mehro is releasing the debut single “Perfume.” These songs are serviced here, along with Bahari’s standout single “Savage.”

“Elohim is the special kind of artist that I don’t really get, and therefore listen obsessively. As a producer, she’s impossible to pin down. At times she’s so poppy as to be almost carnival-like, others grinding…, then practically a shadow.” -The FADER

“‘Savage’ is a confident song that teases a wild love capable of manic destruction… As evidenced by this single and their most recent musical output, Bahari are a powerful force to be reckoned with.” -Vents Magazine

2/25 – The Masquerade – Atlanta, GA
2/28 – Electric Daisy Carnival MX – Mexico City, DF*
2/29 – Scoot Inn – Austin, TX
3/3 – The Basement East – East Nashville, TN
3/5 – Deluxe, Old National Centre – Indianapolis, IN
3/6 – The Shelter, St. Andrew’s Hall – Detroit, MI
3/8 – Okeechobee Fest – Okeechobee, FL*
3/10 – House of Blues – Cleveland, OH
3/11 – Skully’s Music Diner – Columbus, OH
3/12 – The Stache at The Intersection – Grand Rapids, MI
3/13 – Concord Music Hall – Chicago, IL
3/14 – Piggy Bank – Minneapolis, MN
3/17 – Bluebird Theater – Denver, CO
3/19 – Crescent Ballroom – Phoenix, AZ
3/20 – House of Blues – San Diego, CA
3/21 – Fonda Theatre – Los Angeles, CA
3/26 – Constellation Room – Santa Ana, CA
3/27 – The Catalyst Atrium – Santa Cruz, CA
3/28- August Hall – San Francisco, CA
4/1 – WOW Hall – Eugene, OR
4/2 – Holocene – Portland, OR
4/3 – Neumos – Seattle, WA
4/4 – Venue Nightclub – Vancouver, BC

*Elohim only

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