Have a listen to the brand new single, which appears in the new Simon Pegg movie.
Guy Garvey (vocals), Richard Jupp (drums), Craig Potter (keys), Mark Potter (guitar) and Pete Turner (bass) make up English rockers Elbow.
Formed in 1990, it was 11 years until Mercury Music Prize and BRIT nominated debut album 'Asleep In The Back' was released. In 2013 Guy Garvey announced the band are working on a new album, and are set for a UK arena tour in 2014.
The line-up for Kendal Calling has been unveiled and features some more huge names like Kodaline, The Horrors and James celebrating the 10th year of the festival.
Guy Garvey and Pete Turner of Elbow take XFM's John Kennedy through their sixth album.
Jo Good talks to Elbow's Guy Garvey and Pete Turner about the new album The Take Off And Landing Of Everything.
Sometimes the wild and wacky world of music just isn't enough. Sometimes rock stars have extra curricular activities - anything from farming to flying. Let's look at what they get up to when they're offstage.
XFM looks back at 2008 - the year of Electric Feel, The Seldom Seen Kid and the return of The Verve.
The beautiful new single from the album The Take Off And Landing Of Everything.
As king of the festivals, pretty much anything Elbow write sounds like summer. New York Morning is no exception.
Elbow: Top Three Downloads
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The Twilight Sad unveil Robert Smith cover of their song
The Cure frontman has recorded a version of the Scottish band's There's A Girl In The Corner.
Bombay Bicycle Club: "The record industry needs to be proactive on streaming"
Jack Steadman claims that the music business "still has a way to go"…
Ian Curtis's house could still become Joy Division museum
A businessman has purchased the Macclesfield property and hopes to turn it into a permanent tribute to the late singer.
Bombay Bicycle Club, Hozier and Manic Street Preachers win at Ivor Novello Awards
The annual prizes for songwriting also honour veteran rockers Black Sabbath...
The 5 best new songs of the week (18 May 2015)
This week Catfish And The Bottlemen lead our list, with support from The Amazons, The Hearts, Kill It Kid and Vant.
The 5 best new songs of the week (11 May 2015)
Stereophonics, Girl Friend, Rebecca Clements and more line up for your inspection. Let us know what you think!
The 5 best new songs of the week (4 May 2015)
Circa Waves, Everything Everything, The Cribs and more for your May Day delectation.
The 5 best new songs of the week (27 April 2015)
A surprise new track from Elbow and summery new music from the likes of Lucy Rose, Benjamin Booker and more…
The 5 Best Songs Of The Week (20 April 2015)
This week our best tracks come from Courteeners, Jamie XX, Port Isla, Findlay and Eaves. It's delightful new music for you to wrap your ears around.
The Indie Wonder Years - 2000
XFM looks back at the year of Since I Left You, One More Time, Rated R, The Hour Of Bewilderbeast and Kid A.
Great rock songs that reference classic literature
Feeling bookish? Then XFM has a selection of songs that pay homage to books, novels, anthologies and novellas.
XFM's Greatest Drummers Ever
They may be the butt of a thousand jokes, but XFM has picked out a collection of our favourite tub-thumpers and sticksmen.
Deep Cuts: Joy Division's most underrated tracks
If you've never dug into their back catalogue beyond Love Will Tear Us Apart, XFM has selected some of the hidden gems.