Fuck Your Money is the new single from Los Angeles electronic artist and producer Elohim and not only is it Elohim‘s first music for 2018, but Fuck Your Money is another a new taste of what’s to come off Elohim‘s debut album, due out for release in 2018.

When Elohim was little, Elohim knew her family was different to others. Elohim and her family “didn’t have the fancy cars, the nice houses or expensive possessions,” but what Elohim did have was love. As Elohim explains, her mother would constantly remind her they were “‘rich with love.'”

“I didn’t fully grasp the incredible importance of those words until recently. Love has become my main focus in life and i now know how priceless it truly is.”

Elohim is one of my favourite music producers right now, I am a big fan of her previous releases like The Wave, Eclipse, Sleepy Eyes, Skinny Legs and a lot of other great tracks, Elohim continues to show why Elohim is one of the best producers of music in electronic genre with this new offering of sweat pop vocals, cheery-electronic vibes and a strong story.

Speaking on the creation of Fuck Your Money, Elohim explains how while Elohim was driving, Elohim came across her old house, “A couple of months ago i drove past my childhood home and started singing ‘i got love fuck your money’ out loud.. and it all came to me.”

Elohim continues how Elohim “began to form the verses, chorus and instrumental melodies in the car. i got home, showered and couldn’t stop singing it.. i jumped out in the middle of my shower to make a voice note still covered in soap.”

“when i finished my shower i drove straight to the studio to produce and finish the song. when your music and lyrics are coming from a deep genuine place they pour out of you like a faucet you can’t stop. this is f*ck your money.”

On the video, Elohim told Noisey, “this video is a trip through my mind and a portrayal of feeling trapped and bound by societal norms. It was a blessing working together with Chase O’Black and Daniel Russell to break free and create a visual coping mechanism while bringing my brain to life.”

2018 is going to be a big year for Elohim and I can’t wait to hear more.

Mar 8 // Atlanta, GA @ Masquerade
Mar 9 // Nashville, TN @ Exit/In
Mar 10 // New Orleans, LA @ Buku Music + Art Project
Mar 22 // Baltimore, MD @ Baltimore Soundstage
Mar 23 // Philadelphia, PA @ Coda
Mar 24 // Brooklyn, NY @ Rough Trade
Mar 28 // Montreal, QC @ Petit Campus
Mar 29 // Toronto, ON @ Velvet Underground
Mar 30 // Grand Rapids, MI @ The Intersection
Apr 4 // Seattle, WA @ The Crocodile
Apr 5 // Sun Peaks, BC @ Snowbombing
Apr 7 // San Francisco, CA @ Slim’s
Apr 13-15 // Indio, CA @ Coachella
Apr 20-22 // Indio, CA @ Coachella
Apr 27 // Los Angeles, CA @ Fonda Theatre
May 11 // Edmonton, AB @ Union Hall ^
May 12 // Calgary, AB @ Marquee Beer Market & Stage ^
May 14 // Vancouver, BC @ Commodore Ballroom ^
May 15 // Spokane, WA @ The Knitting Factory ^
May 16 // Missoula, MT @ The Wilma ^
May 18 // Seattle, WA @ Showbox SoDo ^
May 20 // Portland, OR @ Roseland Theater ^
May 23 // Garden City, ID @ Revolution Center ^
May 24 // Reno, NV @ Cargo ^
May 26 // San Diego, CA @ The Observatory North Park ^
May 27 // Las Vegas, NV @ Brooklyn Bowl ^
May 31 // Boston, MA @ House of Blues ^
Jun 2 // Washington, DC @ 930 Club ^
Jun 7-10 // Manchester, TN @ Bonnaroo
Jun 10 // Orlando, FL @ The Plaza Live ^
Jun 13 // New Orleans, LA @ The Joy Theater ^
Jun 14 // Houston, TX @ White Oak Music Hall ^
Jun 15 // Austin, TX @ Emo’s ^
Jun 16 // Dallas, TX @ House of Blues ^
Jun 19 // Indianapolis, IN @ Egyptian Room ^
Jun 20 // Columbus, OH @ Express Live! ^
Jun 21 // Pittsburgh, PA @ Stage AE ^
Jun 21-24 // Rothbury, MI @ Electric Forest
Jun 28 // Morrison, CO @ Red Rocks ^
Jun 28 – Jul 1 // Rothbury, MI @ Electric Forest

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