Upcoming artist Brian Elliot is an emerging singer-songwriter with a cinematic, indie-rock style. Through music and analog film, he captures the feelings of love lost and the hopelessness of choosing art as a purpose in the 21st century. The result is a juxtaposition between his meticulously crafted sounds and the non-linear nature of 35mm and Super 8 film. Influenced by Arcade Fire, David Bowie, Frank Sinatra, and classic films, his art lives in an audio/visual universe that lies between Alex Turner and Quentin Tarantino. Elliot’s debut album, Familiar Walk To Nowhere is composed of crooning vocals, fuzz guitars, string sweeps, and warm synth pads. The record features visual media shot in the American Southwest that evoke the feeling of the vast loneliness of an uncertain destination. Listeners seeking an immersive experience will appreciate traveling through the landscape of Brian Elliot’s, Familiar Walk To Nowhere. Following the release of his newest single "Better Than Dead" he projects a very soothing track that will surely capture your ears. Starting the track with a slow beat leading onto his luscious and loud vocals. To the production and the vocals he completes this track entirely. To explain the track further it's about losing someone you care about so deeply, and not wanting to be all alone. Wanting the girl is what you really want and there's nothing more you crave. This track would be perfect for a late night drive or just watching the sunset by the beach. “Better Than Dead” features Elliot’s crooning vocals supported by a live string quartet and an indie rock ensemble. Go stream "Better Than Dead" and check out his discography which is filled with amazing tracks.