SPACE ELEVATOR releases new single and spectacular video!

Posted on May 24, 2018 Under Uncategorized

SPACE ELEVATOR released the new single and a spectacular video for the song “We Can Fly” – ARO mix. The song is taken from the forthcoming album “Space Elevator II”.

The video for which was shot atop the largest privately owned satellite dish in the world owned by Thoth Technology, Canada, designers of the world’s first 20km high space elevator and collaborators with the band on their space elevator project.

You can watch the video here:

Space Elevator were formed by guitarist David Young and flamboyant lead singer The Duchess. Releasing their debut album in 2014, the band produced a contemporary rock album that draws on the influences of the best and biggest bands in rock history.
Performing well crafted rock songs with great dynamics and powerful playing, supporting lush vocal harmonies and instantly memorable melodies, the songs are delivered by the rocket fuelled vocals of The Duchess. Space Elevator II sees the band back with a toughened up and more direct sound while retaining their memorable, radio friendly pop-rock, ambitiously arranged and potently delivered.

The album “Space Elevator II” will be released on May 25th, 2018 through SPV/Steamhammer as a CD digi version, 2LP gatefold version and digital:


1. Take The Pain 4:04
2. Talk Talk 3:16
3. World Of Possibilities 3:43
4. The One That Got Away 4:55
5. Crazies (Take Me Home) 3:37
6. We Can Fly (ARO Mix) 4:19
7. All This Time 6:12
8. Far Away Boy 3:40
9. Lucky Girl 4:37
10. Keep Waiting 3:43
11. W.Y.T.A.T. 4:56
12. Queen For A Day 4:41

Space Elevator have a UK tour in May/June with Festivals and European dates being booked for the summer and autumn of this year.


24.05. UK-Bucks – South Bucks University
25.05. UK-London – The Hammersmith Club
31.05. UK-Oxford – The Bullingdon
15.06. UK-Kent – Leo’s Red Lion
29.07. UK-Horseheath – Cambridge Rock Festival

SPV/Steamhammer will re-release on June 22nd the first SPACE ELEVATOR album with the bonus track “Don’t Believe A Word” – a THIN LIZZY cover version.