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Describing themselves as a “prog leaning alt/power-pop new wave band,” Boston based power trio Elsewhere’s latest single “Don’t You Believe Me Baby” – a dynamic cover of a long overlooked, previously unrecorded early 80’s Police song – has scored over 200,000 views on YouTube and landed the band a full page story in the Boston Herald. Their new EP Multi-Man includes three equally fiery originals penned by frontman and guitarist Michael Aroian. Elsewhere – whose members include Aroian’s longtime college pal Kevin Swaluk (bass) and kick-ass new drummer Adam Soucy – initially achieved notoriety for their 1997 album Outbound, which earned them slots at the College Music Journal (CMJ) Marathon and numerous showcases in NYC where major labels showed interest. The band later released the EP Perception in the early 2000s before achieving an international breakthrough with their widely acclaimed 1981 album in 2010. In addition to Belgium, where they received a write-up in one of the country’s biggest rock magazines (Rock Tribune), they became popular and received great press in Germany, Denmark, Norway, UK, Italy, Czech Republic and other countries – all while continuing to hold court at top clubs in their home base of Boston and NYC.



Multi-Man EP 2018

Don’t You Believe Me Baby Single 2017

1981 Album 2010


‘1981’ Music Video - Premiered by puregrainaudio.com



10pm @ Ralph’s Rock Diner, WORCESTER MA


7pm @ Brighton music hall, brighton MA





“Elsewhere: One of Boston’s Best Unheard Bands…Elsewhere combines the upbeat punk attitude for which Boston is known with a progressive rock groove and a new-wave resonance, which combined helps to makes each of their songs radio-friendly.” - Puregrainaudio.com

“One listen to the new-wave inspired ‘1981’ clearly shows they’re headed big places.” – AOL Radio Blog

“Elsewhere has got your hunger for true blue rock n’ roll covered with Multi-Man.” - Jody Marxbury Indie Band Guru 

“After listening to Multi-Man a number of times now, I can confirm that rock n’ roll fans have absolutely nothing to fear. No, your favorite genre is not dead; in fact, it’s being reborn in the most unexpected of ways.” - Mindy McCall No Depression