Elliott Brood

Elliott Brood is a Canadian alternative country band formed in 2002 in Toronto, Ontario. The band consists of Mark Sasso, Casey Laforet, and Stephen Pitkin. Their music is characterized by a blend of folk, country, and rock elements, often featuring strong vocal harmonies and a raw, energetic sound.

Elliott Brood’s music often explores themes of love, loss, and the human experience, drawing inspiration from various musical traditions while maintaining a distinctively modern edge. They have released several albums, including “Ambassador” (2005), “Mountain Meadows” (2008), and “Days into Years” (2011), among others.

The band has gained a dedicated following in Canada and internationally for their compelling live performances and distinctive sound. They are known for their captivating storytelling and emotionally resonant songwriting.