A bombastic mix of hip-hop beats, breathy vocals, and melancholic pop melodies, “Sinderella” is another prime example of Pink Elefants genre-defying expertise. Lyrically, the song is a mediation of the importance of self-worth, self-love, and self-acceptance — “the song is about persevering through the obstacles that others put in front of you,” the duo say.
The music video is an absurdist-horror take on the themes explored in the song — And there’s A WARNING RIGHT NOW: it’s pretty gory in parts, but it’s an absolute fun cinematic visual if you’re into horror films
Previously performing in the rock/metal band Megosh, musicians and long-time friends Finch and Illeven created Pink Elefants as an outlet to explore other dimensions of their musicality. The band name was inspired by the “Pink Elephants on Parade” sequence from Disney’s ‘Dumbo.’ Much like the transformation of the elephants in that scene, the band’s ethos is to be ever-evolving with their sound and the world around them. Since debuting the project in 2019, Pink Elefants have racked up over 1M+ streams across DSPs and support from Alternative Press, idobi Radio, and more.
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