Which Elbow song was used at Olympics?

Which Elbow song was used at Olympics?

Mercury award-winning band Elbow created the anthem for the BBC’s Olympics coverage. They also performed their hit One Day Like This in front of a TV audience of more than 26 million while athletes entered the stadium at the Olympics closing ceremony.

What was elbows first?


Year Title Album
2005 “Leaders of the Free World” Leaders of the Free World
2008 “Grounds for Divorce” The Seldom Seen Kid
“One Day Like This”

What is Elbow’s biggest hit?

1. “One Day Like This”

Who performed at the 2012 Olympics?

Once the athletes had gathered in the centre of the stadium, Arctic Monkeys performed “I Bet You Look Good on the Dancefloor” and The Beatles’ “Come Together”, the latter whilst 75 cyclists circled the stadium with wings lit by LEDs representing Doves of Peace.

When was elbow formed?

1990Elbow / Active from

What’s the elbow joint called?

Hinge joint
The elbow joint is classified structurally as a synovial joint. It is also classified structurally as a compound joint, as there are two articulations in the joint. Synovial joints, also called diarthroses, are free movable joints….Elbow joint.

Type Hinge joint
Clinical Fractures, epicondylitis, arthritis, venipunctures

How much did 2012 opening ceremony cost?

The 2008 ceremony had been noted for its scale, extravagance and expense, hailed as the “greatest ever”, and had cost £65m….2012 Summer Olympics opening ceremony.

The “Pandemonium” segment, during the final rehearsal of the ceremony on 25 July
Date 27 July 2012
Footage The ceremony on the IOC YouTube channel on YouTube

Why did Richard Jupp leave elbow?

elbow have announced today that drummer Richard Jupp is to leave the band to concentrate on a number of creative projects including plans to further expand his drum school (www.juppdrumtuition.com) which will involve workshops across the UK. Richard will also continue to support the charities that he is involved with.

Is elbow a Britpop?

Elbow’s musical style has been described as alternative rock, indie rock, indie pop, Britpop, art rock, progressive rock, dream pop, post-rock, and post-Britpop.