San Fermin is the brainchild of Brooklyn's Ellis Ludwig-Leone, an artist with a broad musical background who pursued musical studies at Yale and sharpened his teeth working with avant-garde classical composer Nico Muhly (Björk, Grizzly Bear, Antony & the Johnsons). Emerging in 2013 with their stylistically diverse eponymous debut, the collective's sound has evolved over the years with electronic pop and experimental rock adding new colors to their distinctive modern chamber pop.
Filled with blustery, unpredictable, avant-garde arrangements and rooted in the preciousness of indie pop, Ludwig-Leone's debut self-titled record found him joined on vocals by longtime friend Allen Tate as well as Jess Wolfe and Holly Laessig of the Brooklyn group Lucius. The versatile San Fermin saw release in September of 2013. The band toured in support ... Read Full Biography