From the opening notes of the retro-feel rocker Closet, to the heartfelt tones of Babies and Dogs, NO MORE RAINBOWS is full of intensity, determination, and the unbridled energy of a band clearly on the move. Along with their trademark pounding ivory and flashy guitar licks that have become synonymous with the piano-led quartet, NO MORE RAINBOWS shines brighter and rocks harder than the group ever has before, while somehow managing to take their writing to an even deeper level.
NO MORE RAINBOWS marks Even Elroy s third full-length studio release in four years--a substantial accomplishment for an entirely independent act. Recorded and produced by Bay Area producer Adam Rossi (Luce, Kenny G), much of the album deals with the weighty question of what happens when life gets real. When the fairytales go away... when there are no more rainbows.
The group's previous releases NOTHING'S REALLY CHANGED (2006) produced by Jerry Becker (Pat Monahan, Train) and RED JACKET (2004) featuring Steve Bowman (Counting Crows), have become underground successes, due in part to their popularity on internet radio stations such as Pandora.com and Last FM. Their songs have been featured on MTVs The Real World and My Super Sweet 16 , The Bad Girls Club on Oxygen network, shows on Lifetime, ETV!, and USA, and on over 200 college and independent radio stations nationwide.