Elohim’s Group Therapy Tour has had a rough couple of weeks, and none of it has been the fault of her or her tourmates Bahari and Mehro. Now, of course, the whole tour has been sidelined due to Covid-19. But before that, the tour’s East Nashville show was canceled when a tornado flattened the venue. At least, however, she was able to get some good press before all the bad news started.
One great feature, in the Nashville Scene, says that Elohim “turns our anxiety-inducing digital world into a more loving place.” Written by Seth Graves, the totally legendary king of the 1990s underground punk-pop scene in Huntsville, Alabama, the feature explains, “For every dive into the darkness in Elohim’s music, there’s a reach into the light, wherein she explores all kinds of love. There’s romance, for sure, but what’s more important is an all-consuming connectivity that grows from the inside out.” Read all about it right here.