The legendary English rockstar, Elton John, recently posted a video and photo on his Instagram account and expressed his happiness for having Gabriels on his Rocket Hour show while saying that they recently released ‘one of the most seminal recordsof the past decade and that he felt obligated to promote this amazing piece of work.

Sir Elton John is one of the musicians with the longest music careers and he has been in the music scene since 1962. He is without a doubt one of the most influential artists of all time, and thus, his views on contemporary music and musicians are considered to be highly valuable.

One of the primary aims of his show Rocket Hour, which aires on Apple Music, is for Elton John to introduce new artists and promote their works. This is what he did in the latest episode of his show as he invited Gabriels to talk about their latest EP ‘Love and Hate In A Different Time‘ which was released in December 2020.

Gabriels is an LA-based band that consists of singer Jacob Lusk, and producers Ari Balouzian and Ryan Hope. They released their first singles in 2018, and they have been enjoying increasing success ever since. Upon listening to ‘Love and Hate In A Different Time’ Elton said that he ‘had to get them on Rocket Hour’ to promote this amazing record.

Elton John said that it is one of his most favorite records ever and that what he likes the most about it is that it is seminal and different. He thanked Gabriels for joining him on Rocket Hour and promised them that they’ll meet soon and have dinner together in Los Angeles.

Here’s what Elton John said in the caption of his recent Instagram post:

“Gabriels have made one of my favorite records in forever with ‘Love and Hate In A Different Time.’ I had to get them on Rocket Hour to promote the record because if you’ve not heard it yet, it’s probably one of the most seminal records I’ve heard in the last 10 years. Thank you, guys. We’ll get dinner in LA soon! 🚀”

Click here to check out Elton John’s post and you can listen to Gabriels’ ‘Love and Hate In A Different Time‘ on Spotify below.