About ELSIE BINX
ELSIE BINX was born when Kevin Wesley Williams and Erin Accomando began working together at The Sound Shop Studio in Macomb, Michigan in January of 2015. They set out to create the sound of a new pop/rock project. With Aaron Golematis' help, they would produce a 7-song album (Smile and a Bullet) that would eventually bring together the group of musicians who call themselves ELSIE BINX (EBX) today.
When they released their first album in October of 2015, they began playing out in public as a 5-piece band, including one background vocalist. A few months into the endeavor, they made the decision to seek out and add a second guitar player and dedicated keyboard player.
For the remainder of 2016, they worked diligently to write an entirely new and collaborative rock album, and have it perfected before recording it in the Fall of 2016. They successfully released their full-length, 12-song sophomore album, ‘That’s What She Said’, in April of 2017.
In 2018, they released a single and music video for their awareness-driven song, 'Everything About It'. Just over a year later, they released their first acoustic EP titled, 'Electric Baby', in August of 2019.
Their latest 2019 single release, 'Mean Girls', both 'fugly' and 'radio' edits, are plays on the cult classic movie,
Mean Girls (2004).
Playing out all around the Metro Detroit area as a 6-7 piece band, they’ve travelled to many locations in the Mid-West and West Coast, including Philadelphia, Chicago, Toledo, Fort Wayne, Tulsa, St. Louis, Amarillo, Las Vegas, Tarzana, Denver, Omaha, Minneapolis, Phoenix, Atlantic City, Pittsburgh and the iconic Whisky A Go-Go in West Hollywood.
Since March 2020, they've concentrated on new music and putting on digital concerts on their Twitch channel. As a way to be able to create some unique content while figuring out the new landscape of creating music as a band, they put out 2 cover singles with videos: "Separate Ways" by Journey and "The Show Must Go On" by Queen. These videos proved to keep their audience ready and waiting for what original music is to come.
Their fourth full-length studio album release, "Madness", is out as of March 25, 2022.