Elsinore (band)

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Elsinore Press Photo-2013
Background information
Origin Champaign, USA
Genres Alternative rock, indie rock
Years active 2004–present
Labels Parasol Records
Website http://www.elsinoremusic.net
Members Ryan Groff (guitar, vocals)
Mark Woolwine (piano, vocals)
James Treichler (drums/percussion)
Brad Threlkeld (bass guitar)
Past members Chris Eitel (bass, vocals)
Dave Pride (drums, vocals)
Cole Rabenort (guitar, vocals) (2009-2010)

Elsinore is an indie pop/rock band from Champaign, Illinois (originally Charleston, Illinois) currently signed to Parasol Records. They have released three studio albums, one live EP, and four EPs.

The band recently finished recording their third full-length, PUSH/PULL, with Portland, OR producer Beau Sorenson (Death Cab for Cutie, Bob Mould, Superchunk, Sparklehorse), which was released on October 15th, 2013 on Parasol Records. The album was recorded at Mark Rubel's Pogo Studio in Champaign, IL. The album was mastered by TW Walsh (Pedro the Lion).

In March of 2011 their song "Yes Yes Yes" was featured on the season premiere of the Fox show So You Think You Can Dance.

In August of 2011 their song "Yes Yes Yes" was used by Kohl's department store for a month-long national television ad campaign.

In February of 2012 their song "Body of Water" was used in an episode of the SyFy show Being Human.

Their song "Body of Water" was featured in the film Nate & Margaret.

In February of 2013 their song "Chemicals" was used in an episode of the NBC show Deception.


Studio albums[edit]

  • Nothing For Design (2006)
  • Yes Yes Yes (August 10, 2010)
  • PUSH/PULL (2013)

Live albums[edit]

  • On Display: A Live CD (2005)


  • Harmonic Impulsion (2005)
  • The General EP" (2008)
  • The Chemicals EP (January 30, 2010)
  • Life Inside an Elephant (2011)

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