Elohim, who we now know as a sensitive electronic artist-vocalist, and trippy keyboardist with raucous mentalities, released two singles with alternative rock inspired guitar and touching, but edgy lyrics in 2020. Both, “I’m Lost” and the, yes, proverbial “Good Day, Bad Day” came during a crisis of conscience, but also of the worlds reverberated concern, panic, and subsequent, seemingly endless difficulties. The two songs, however, particularly the latter, play in a positive way both off of her personal movement and the cultural ongoing languish that interrupted her ‘Group Therapy Tour’ for a spell of ages. In fact, feelings of joy still come through these somewhat atypical pop-electro-dance music numbers, which build on her first EP albums electronic synth, heavy angst, and art feel, as well as the louder, slightly more accessible if slightly louder and prouder second full LP release, both under Elohim either EP or LP.
Watch the video for “I’m Lost”:
Watch the video for “Good Day, Bad Day”: