Songwriting is a medium for accessing emotion, and Elliot Feeling embodies that in name and in action. With their background in classical music, many years of playing in bands, and a couple decades of songwriting, making their first album in the studio was the next step in their creative journey.
Musically, their album The Submariner combines lush vocals, soaring harmonies and thoughtful instrumentation to create a soundscape that is alternately atmospheric and lively. This was enabled by Adam Fuhr at House of Wonders studio in Winnipeg, who produced the album.
Elliot sings to explore their own feelings, to work through the pain of having a body that lives, experiences things and eventually dies. Music provides a way to crystallize feelings and situations, creating beauty out of different moments in life. Where do these songs come from? It’s a mystery, but they are always welcome.