Elohim Releases Collaboration With Awolnation entitled “Table For One”


Los Angeles-based artist / producer Elohim has released a new collaboration with AWOLNATION, a re-imagining of AWOLNATION's track, “Table For One.” A fan favorite off of AWOLNATION's 2018 #1 Alternative album HERE COME THE RUNTS, Elohim transforms the new version into a forlorn duet. Listen/Download now here.

“With this track we’re working to keep breaking down "genre" walls while encouraging a collective celebration of loneliness and empowerment," explains AWOLNATION’s Aaron Bruno of the pairing for the epic track. 

Beats 1’s The Chart Show debuted the track Thursday, October 11th around midnight and the show will re-air throughout the day on Friday the 12th. The pairing is that of a mutual fandom between the artists. "Elohim has a very special and unique voice. After diving into her songs, I became a fan and then an even bigger fan of her as a kind, sensitive and honest person,” explains Bruno. “I love that we come from different worlds and found a way to join together.”
Elohim says of her involvement “When AWOL asked me to be a part of Table for One I was quite excited and said yes right away. It was only after I sang the song and lived with it that i realized how much the lyrics truly meant to me.  I am on the road touring right now and it can be very lonely. Aaron has been an amazing friend and inspiration to me, encouraging me to find comfort peace and beauty within the one on one time with myself. Last week was the first time I legitimately said ‘table for one please’.” 
As the collaboration hits, both artists are on the road.  AWOLNATION on an arena tour with Twenty One Pilots and ELOHIM on a headline run in theaters throughout the US with The Glitch Mob.

A classically ­trained pianist, Elohim first debuted in 2015 with singles "She Talks Too Much" and "Xanax," and released a self-­titled debut EP early 2016. 2017 saw notable collaborations with Louis The Child on single "Love Is Alive," and with Whethan on "Sleepy Eyes," which charted on the Billboard Dance Charts and has passed 30MM plays on Spotify alone.

This April, Elohim released her debut album Elohim, the pinnacle of a whirlwind year dotted with original releases and collaborations alongside extensive touring, catapulting Elohim to new heights among the top breakout artists of the year. The album has seen widespread critical acclaim from outlets such as The FADER, Mixmag, Complex, & Noisey driven by 2018 singles "Half Love," "Fuck Your Money," and "Panic Attacks (ft. Yoshi Flower)."

On the live side, Elohim has captivated crowds on multiple headline tours as well as tours alongside Alison Wonderland and The Glitch Mob. She has also graced the stage at various major festivals such as Coachella, Bonnaroo, Firefly, Lollapalooza, Life Is Beautiful, Outside Lands, HARD, among others.

Formed in 2010, Awolnation crafted one of the most influential songs in years with the chart-topping, record-breaking track “Sail.” The first single off the gold-certified full-length debut Megalithic Symphony, “Sail” was certified 6x platinum in the US and holds the record for the most weeks on the Billboard Hot 100 chart by an independent artist, the second longest for any artist. The song has also achieved global success: certified 10x platinum in Norway, 6x platinum in Canada, 3x platinum in Sweden, 2x platinum in Australia and New Zealand, platinum in Switzerland, gold in Austria, Germany, and the UK. The critically-acclaimed sophomore release Run spawned three other Top 10 US singles – Top 5 tracks “I Am” and “Woman Woman,” as well as their first #1 hit on the Billboard Alternative Chart, “Hollow Moon (Bad Wolf).” Awolnation have chosen to use their success as a platform for good, partnering with various charities including Music Saves LivesLove Your Melon, and The Lance McCullers Jr. Foundation.  Awolnation have a direct relationship with their devoted fans through Awolnation Builders—much more than just a fanclub, the Awolnation Builders are a continuous call to action on all things AWOL including tour dates, videos, exclusive content, charity initiatives, and more.    They continue to sell-out headlining shows across the globe and have secured spots on festivals across the globe including Coachella, Voodoo Festival, Austin City Limits, Osheaga, Austria’s Frequency Festival, Bonnaroo, Leeds, Reading, and Brazil’s Mix FM Festival.
Awolnation released their third studio album, Here Come the Runts, in February 2018 debuting #1 on the Alternative and Rock charts and #20 on the Billboard Top 200. The album features the singles “Passion,” and Top 5 Alt Rock hit, “Handyman.” On October 12th 2018 the band surprised fans with a reimagined version of their song “Table For One” featuring the much buzzed-about alternative/electronic artist Elohim. Awolnation will join Twenty One Pilots on their sold-out 2018 Fall Bandito Tour in the USA.


○ North American tour supporting The Glitch Mob

  • October 12th: Royal Oak, MI @ Royal Oak Music Theatre

  • October 13th: Buffalo, NY @ Town Ballroom

  • October 14th: Montreal, QC @ Theatre Corona

  • October 17th: South Burlington, VT @ Higher Ground

  • October 18th: Hartford, CT @ Webster Theater

  • October 19th: Portland, ME @ State Theatre

  • October 20th: Brooklyn, NY @ Brooklyn Steel

  • October 21st: Baltimore, MD @ Rams Head Live

○ Festivals

  • November 11th: Tucson, AZ @ Dusk 2018

○ Arena Tour with Twenty One Pilots

  • October 16: Nashville, TN @ Bridgestone Arena

  • October 17: Chicago, IL @ United Center

  • October 19: St Louis, MO @ Enterprise Center

  • October 20: Milwaukee, WI @ Wisconsin Entertainment and Sports Center

  • October 21: St Paul, MN @ Xcel Energy Center

  • October 23: Cleveland, OH @ Quicken Loans Arena

  • October 24: Detroit, MI @ Little Caesars Arena

  • October 26: Boston, MA @ TD Garden

  • October 27: Uniondale, NY @ Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum

  • October 28: Philadelphia, PA @ Wells Fargo Center

  • October 30: New York, NY @ Madison Square Garden

  • October 31: Washington, DC @ Capital One Arena

  • November 2: Atlanta, GA @ Philips Arena

  • November 3: Tampa, FL @ Amalie Arena

  • November 4: Sunrise, FL @ BB&T Center

  • November 6: Houston, TX @ Toyota Center

  • November 7: Dallas, TX @ American Airlines Center

  • November 9: Phoenix, AZ @ Talking Stick Resort Arena

  • November 10: Inglewood, CA @ The Forum

  • November 11: Oakland, CA @ Oracle Arena

  • November 13: Salt Lake City, UT @ Vivint Smart Home Arena

  • November 15: Portland, OR @ The Moda Center

  • November 16: Tacoma, WA @ Tacoma Dome

  • November 17: Boise, ID @ Taco Bell Arena

  • November 19: Denver, CO @ Pepsi Center

  • November 20: Lincoln, NE @ Pinnacle Bank Arena

  • November 21: Kansas City, MO @ Sprint Center

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