Elevation Drawing is a song by The Mountain Goats that features a climber in a white coat.
The climber’s voice is spoken by a voice that is slightly different from the original, but the result is similar enough to make it sound like the voice is just a different one.
The Mountain goats’ Elevation drawing was nominated for a Grammy Award in 2015.
“We were doing it for the song that was nominated,” says frontman Ben Folds.
“And we thought, ‘What if we did it for this song?'”
Folds also shared the story behind the song on the band’s Facebook page.
The story is more interesting than the song itself, though.
Folds says Elevation Draws was actually inspired by the Elevation Dance in the Park at the New York City Marathon.
The New York Times article describes a woman who was “on the edge” during the race.
“I couldn’t even walk to the finish line,” she said.
“You’d be standing there, waiting for your boyfriend to get there, and you’re trying to catch up on everything.”
Folds said the woman’s “face and voice changed to something like this,” and she started using her voice to sing the song in her sleep.
The video for Elevation Drawn is a homage to the original.
Founds the Mountain Goets’ Elevations drawing was originally going to be a remix of the song “Waking Up” by Beyoncé, but it was changed to feature the Mountain goets’ voice, Folds explains.
Fasts also shared a story about how the Mountain goesets changed their song to Elevation drawings.
The song is “a song about being alone in the mountains,” Folds tells us.
“When you’re alone in a mountain, you can’t go anywhere.
So we wanted to use the Elevations and the dancing to be like that.
We didn’t want to change the lyrics or anything, so we just said, ‘You know what?
The album also features a remix that features the Mountain going into the background while singing, “And the sky is blue, the water is blue/And the sea is blue.” “
The song was nominated in 2016 for the Grammy Award for Best Alternative Rock Song.
The album also features a remix that features the Mountain going into the background while singing, “And the sky is blue, the water is blue/And the sea is blue.”
The Mountain goes into the song with the same voice and facial expressions that they use for their song.
“That’s a very important thing. “
It’s a song about the loneliness,” Fends says.
“That’s a very important thing.
There’s no way that this song would have made it onto any other album, so that’s what it’s about.”
Fears the Mountain went on to release their third album, Falling Out, in 2019.
In 2017, they released a second album, The Mountain Goes Forth.
The third album was a collaboration with the band The Killers.
Faults says the band is not interested in working with the Mountain goats anymore.
“They were really into The Killings, and that’s just something we’ve always been into,” Faults said.
Foes said that they will be working on other music in the future.
“But I think we’re more focused on the Mountain Goat now,” he said.
The group is working on new music, including a follow-up to their 2016 album, Elevations.