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Album Review

Elsinore's third album is an ambitious step forward for the Illinois-based band; the folkie influences and gentle alt-country accents that dominated their first two full-length sets have been left by the side of the road, and instead, Yes Yes Yes is an intelligent, carefully crafted exercise in indie pop, with artfully executed arrangements that make room for electric guitars, banks of keyboards, and even strings and horns. At the same time, while Elsinore's earlier work often sounded cheerful but tentative, Yes Yes Yes radiates confidence in its broader, bolder musical approach, and if the melodic style of key songwriter Ryan Groff bears a very real resemblance to his earlier work, these new songs sound remarkably well-suited to the eclectic outlook of Yes Yes Yes, and the harmonies that played a significant part in Elsinore's music from the beginning are pressed into even greater service on these sessions. Groff and his bandmates (Chris Eitel on bass, David Pride on drums, and Mark Woolwine on keyboards) certainly get a valuable assist from producers Adam Schmitt and Anthony Gravino, whose crisp but unobtrusive audio brings together the many layers of music without sounding muddy or overly busy, along with the small army of guest musicians credited on this set, but it's the strength of the songs and the clarity of vision Elsinore bring to this music that make the album so impressive; ambition alone doesn't make for a great record unless you have the skills to do something with your ideas, and Yes Yes Yes is firm evidence this group has both form and content well in hand.

Customer Reviews

Champagne from Champaign

Superb! Tell all your friends. Elsinore has finally released candy to our ears and we can't stop indulging. With the band coming together in earlier tracks like Lines to the new sounds of Chemicals, this album is sure to be my favorite... and yours? Yes, Yes, Yes!


Incredible album! Haven't stopped listening to it since I got my hands on it! Beginning to end, easily one of my favorite albums of the year.

Can't stop playing....

I can not stop playing this record! The track "Yes, Yes, Yes" is infectious and fun, but the whole album is excellent. The song "Lines" has me hitting "repeat" frequently. It is one of those songs that makes me stare off into the distance.... shades of Badfinger? Whatever it is, I love it.


Formed: 2004 in Charleston, IL

Genre: Pop

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Elsinore are an adventurous pop group from Illinois whose music combines elements of folk-rock and alt-country as well as indie pop, the latter influence growing stronger as the group's history wears on. Elsinore were formed in 2004 when songwriter, vocalist, and guitarist Ryan Groff, keyboard player and vocalist Mark Woolwine, and drummer and vocalist Dave Pride were all studying music at Eastern Illinois University in Charleston, IL. The three classmates became friends, and as they discovered they...
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