Elk City

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Elk City


Contributed a cover of I Know It's Over to Please, Please, Please: A Tribute To The Smiths (2011).

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Renée LoBue, Ray Ketchem, Sean Eden, Carl Baggaley

Former members : Peter Langland-Hassan Barbara Endes

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Elk City is an American art-pop band from New York City, New York, formed in 1997 as a spin-off of Melting Hopefuls. The original lineup consisted of Renee LoBue, Ray Ketchem and Peter Langland-Hassan. The band released two albums, Status and Hold Tight the Ropes, in 2000 and 2002, respectively. After the second album, Langland-Hassan left the band, which led to the inclusion of Sean Eden and Barbara Endes. They released New Believers in 2007 under the new lineup, and it was followed by House of Tongues in 2010.In 2018 Elk City signed with Bar/None Records and released "Everybody's Insecure" and the adjoining EP, Souls in Space, before shuffling their line-up again for 2020.