Space Elevator? Believe!


Brand new UK rockers, with mysterious frontwoman and a cover of Thin Lizzy that MVM approves of (it must be good!)

UK rockers SPACE ELEVATOR, fronted by the mysterious singer ‘The Duchess‘ release their new self-titled album on CD and Vinyl, due out on May 13, 2016 via SE Productions/Cargo Records.


Track listing:

1. Elevator
2. We Are The Losers
3. I Will Find You (Gallifrey Dreams)
4. Ordinary Day
5. Little White Lies
6. Loneliness of Love
7. More Than Enough (Side 2 on vinyl)
8. Really Don’t Care
9. Oils and Bubbles
10. We Can Fly
11. Move On

The band just released Thin Lizzy‘s “Don’t Believe A Word“, performed by SPACE ELEVATOR. All download profits to (Patron HRH The Duchess of Cambridge):

The album features brand new songs in a re‑incarnation and updated version of the Classic Rock era. Singles released, including the love song to Dr Who and a number of live performances, have helped establish British rock band SPACE ELEVATOR on the UK rock scene. The band is keen for music lovers to experience the album in the way it was written as a complete set of songs and not just a collection of individual singles. Lead guitarist David Young says “it is very flattering to have our songs, likened to the music of QueenKate BushGenesis and Fleetwood Mac”.

Live gigs are where the mysterious The Duchess comes into her own and displays her amazing vocal range. With brilliantly crafted songs featuring screaming guitar solos and theatrical vocals over a powerhouse rhythm section, SPACE ELEVATOR are the new band to catch live this year!


The Duchess – Vocals
David Young – Guitar
Brian Greene – Drums
Chas Maguire – Bass

Debut album line-up:

The Duchess – Vocals
David Young – Guitar
Brian Greene – Drums
Neil Murray – Bass (Whitesnake, Black Sabbath, Brian May Band)
Elliott Ware – Keyboards

Tour dates:

Apr 14 Hard Rock Café Cologne, DE
Apr 16 Ahab’s Club Cuxhaven, DE
Jun 23 Home House, Marble Arch London (members only), UK
Jun 25 Rock Bottom Festival Marlow, Bucks, UK
Jun 30 Asteroid Day Galmorgan Cricket Ground, Wales, UK
Jul 30 The Old Courthouse, Wigan, UK
Aug 05 Chalgrove Rock festival, Oxfordshire, UK
Aug 07 Cambridge Rock Festival, UK
Aug 27 Rhythm ‘n booze festival headline Wiltshire, UK
Sep 02 Bunkfest headline Wallingford, UK

September ‘Out of this World Tour‘ joint headline with Cats in Space:

Sep 21 Tivoli Theatre Wimborne, UK
Sep 22 Chesterfield, UK
Sep 23 Manchester Academy, UK
Sep 24 Glasgow G2, UK
Sep 25 Stourbridge River Rooms, UK
Sep 29 Harlequin Theatre Redhill, UK
Sep 30 Arts4every1 High Wycombe, UK

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