Listen to “i’m still who i used to be”



"i'm still who i used to be"

My latest single, "i'm still who i used to be" explores the feelings I felt moving out of the summer and into the fall season of 2023. While many of my friends, co-workers, and family had transitions into school, a new job, or a different new territory, I felt like I remained the same; trapped in the same place I've always been, with the same emotions I've always had.


"Meet Me in Montauk"

I released my first self-produced full-length LP, “Meet Me in Montauk” to digital platforms during the summer of 2023. It features 13 tracks including the previously-released indie-pop song “jean”, as well as new tracks such as “Better Off Outside” and “Hypothetically” which explore different sub-genres while still keeping things in the same realm.

This album was inspired by many themes found in my all-time favorite movie, directed by Michel Gondry, 2004’s “Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind”. In this movie, a couple goes through tremendous emotional turmoil as they both choose to have a medical procedure done to erase the other person from their memories. We see the couple’s entire relationship from start to finish completely out of order, as memories are being wiped away one at a time.

The feeling of watching this movie for the first time is exactly what I wanted to capture when writing for “Meet Me in Montauk”; there’s a vast range of emotions and feelings all at play, and it all feels so hazy and melancholy in a way that I adore following along with. The resulting album is my favorite project I have ever made thus far, and I am so proud of what it turned out to be.



"Gray or Blue"

Alexa Rose, artist, songwriter - Elijah Blue, producer, composer.
Released in 2024.

"Gray or Blue is a piece that I've always wanted to write. It's about the inability to read someone's mind no matter how hard you try. Seeing the beauty in another person's mind that makes you want to become that other person, that's what I wanted to write. We decided that a gradual pull would be best for the piece, with a loud ending to show compassion and obsession. The song is produced by one of my bestest friends and I had a wonderful experience working with him."
- Alexa Grant



Sadie Grace Fay, artist, songwriter - Elijah Blue, producer, composer.
Released in 2024.

"Jonathan is a song that I have been wanting to write for years, but never could find the right words, until now. Jonathan was my dad's brother, my uncle - he tragically passed away when he was 16 in a 1996 car accident that shook my family. He isn't really talked about a whole lot, so I wanted to pay homage to him and his memory with the lyrics - letting him know that we still think of him, and how I wish I got the chance to meet him."
- Sadie Grace Fay



Hello! My name is Elijah Blue, and I’m an independent musician from New Hampshire. I love playing the piano and singing, as well as producing, mixing, and playing other instruments like the guitar and ukulele!

I am most inspired by musicians like Billie Eilish, Dora Jar, Liana Flores, The 1975, FINNEAS, and so many more.

In 2021, I released by first public EP called, "Passengers", a melancholy ode to the passing of time and our inability to control it. Two years later in 2023, I released my first full-length LP called, "Meet Me in Montauk", which explores the arc of a romantic relationship that eventually meets its end. Subsequently, I released a single called, "i'm still who i used to be", with much more music on the way!

I started making music when I was super young, and I released my first “album” when I was just ten years old and sold it on CDs at a craft fair in my town. Fast forward to today, now I’ve now gotten to work with so many amazing and talented musicians in collaborative projects, and develop my own personal flair and style too!

Growing up homeschooled, I had a lot of extra time with my brothers and family that I cherish so much. I left college part-way through, and returned to my hometown of New Boston, NH to refind the quiet beauty that it provides. My heart drew me back to living along the river, which is where I currently reside. Much of my music revolves around "mourning the loss of my life before now," as I like to say. I'm a whole-heartedly nostalgic person, and my lyrics and melodies are clear indications of that. Creating music is so cathartic for me, and I hope that you might find some peace listening to it, too!

Shoot me an email if you'd like to collaborate! [email protected]


The home of just about everything created by Elijah and the Boisvert family that has ever been online; all in one place.

  • A Bandcamp library of all of the music Elijah has released.

  • YouTube channels from years past.

    • The Homeschool Brew

      Feb 18, 2014 - Mar 30, 2015

      Created by two sets of brothers and best friends Elijah, Logan, and Camden Boisvert and Nathan and Elijah Riehl, The Homeschool Brew was a variety show that contained “segments” within each episode discussing certain topics. This is 10 year old homeschool kids at their finest. 😂

    • Play The Keys YouTube

      May 15, 2014 - Nov 6, 2015

      The Play The Keys YouTube channel was created after I found that I enjoyed creating videos with my friends during The Homeschool Brew. On this channel, I only ever had a few videos, but they ranged from gaming, to tech reviews, to music, and everything in between! Try not to cringe too hard. 😉

    • PokemonBobo HD

      Sep 20, 2015 - Oct 8, 2016

      This isn’t a channel of mine - however, this was a channel of my brother Logan’s! He created PokemonBobo HD with the intent of sharing his love for Pokemon through talking about strategies and unboxing different packs. PBHD is a classic Boisvert YouTube channel right here.

    • Tech Geekin’

      Sep 14, 2015 - Mar 30, 2016

      Tech Geekin’ was the final YouTube channel that was created before settling on my current channel in 2016. Tech Geekin' focused solely on tech related videos. There are product reviews, some gaming, and even poorly-done modding - it’s all here!

    • MashMemeUp

      Feb 25, 2016 - Dec 10, 2016

      Formally known as MemePlusMemePlusMeme, This little-known channel was created by all three Boisvert brothers in their spare time. Huge Windows Movie Maker moment for us. I can’t even tell you not to cringe at MashMemeUp - it’s inevitable. 😂

    • The Noodle Squad & Friends

      Jan 23, 2021 - Nov 1, 2022

      The Noodle Squad was a group created by Logan Boisvert and some of his friends back in 2020. TNS & Friends eventually got its own YouTube channel when TNS SMP, a streamer-exclusive Minecraft server went live in 2021, also a brainchild of Logan. Who's to say it won't ever come back?

  • Various blogs created by the Boisverts.

    • Play The Keys

      Oct 1, 2012 - Nov 22, 2016

      The first time Elijah ever posted anything on the internet. This blog was originally called “” for a short period of time.

    • Likable Logan

      Sep 28, 2013 - Jan 16, 2017

      Logan’s very own blog! Stories, essays, drawings, it’s all here. Logan also had a blog for PokemonBobo HD.

    • I Think I Cam

      Oct 11, 2013 - Mar 6, 2016

      That’s right! Camden had a blog too. Something about Boisverts and blogs man, I dunno we had a lot of them.

    • Tech Geekin’ Blog

      Sep 15, 2015 - Oct 23, 2015

      A very short-lived blog for the YouTube channel, Tech Geekin’ which you can check out in the YouTube section.

    • The Homeschool Brew Blog

      Dec 18, 2013 - Mar 18, 2014

      There’s more where that came from.

    • The Boisvert's Blog

      Jun 13, 2005 - Jun 21, 2011

      Written and created by Jennifer Boisvert. Some of the earliest memories that we documented have as a family.

    • PBHD Blog

      Oct 16, 2015 - Nov 17, 2015

      A short-lived blog based on the YouTube channel PBHD which you can find in the YouTube section.

    • Sunkissed and Relaxed

      Feb 8, 2014

      A blog created directly after a Boisvert family trip to St. Croix in 2014. Written by Jennifer Boisvert.

  • The evolution of over the years.

    • Created in 2013, this was the first iteration of the Play The Keys website. Elijah used iWeb on the family MacBook to create this back in the day! The original domain, "" was acquired for this version of the website.

    • The official 1.0 release of the Play The Keys website, coded from scratch in HTML and released in 2015. All of the colors and buttons were simple image files that we produced using the free software "GIMP".

    • The 2.0 release of Play The Keys, once again coded from scratch in HTML and CSS. Launched in August 2015. On most modern computers, this version does not load as intended as the font files were not packaged in with the website.

    • Play The Keys 3.0, released in October 2015, was coded by hand using Google's Material Design Library. The first iteration to utilize the classic cursive "Play The Keys" font.

    • Scrolling down on Play The Keys 3.0 presented this view. Cards were utilized to share different blocks of information - this was a very popular design language at the time.

    • In May 2016, Elijah launched Play The Keys version 4.0 to promote his album, "Play On". It had a very similar base to version 3.0, but was tweaked to give it a more updated look.

    • Perhaps the biggest change in the website so far was the complete rebuilt in August 2016 with Play The Keys 5.0. This new version was loosely based off of a Bootstrap template, which helped vastly in making the website appear cleaner and also work on mobile phones.

    • Scrolling down on Play The Keys 5.0, this is the "About Me" section. Version 5.0 was the first to promote Elijah's current YouTube channel, "".

    • With Play The Keys 6.0, the website went back to being coded by hand, still with the help of Bootstrap. This website was primarily created to promote Elijah's new album, "Cascade EP". Launched in May 2017.

    • In August 2018, the Play The Keys website moved to a very minimal look that more took the role of a landing page instead of a fully-fledged website. This was version 7.0, and it didn't last long before the website was shifted back to a more complete iteration.

    • August 2019 marked the last major renovation of the Play The Keys website that would be coded by hand for years: version 8.0. This version was once again a complete reworking of the website to give it a full set of information while not sacrificing a clean aesthetic.

    • Clicking on the "Music" tab in the top menu bar of version 8.0 would bring users to this page. This page switched the music it was promoting a few times in its lifespan, but was primary used to share "Over The Moon" (released in 2019).

    • Clicking on the "Olio" tab in the menu bar of version 8.0 presented users with this page. The sole use of this page was to promote and link to Logan & Elijah's podcast, "Olio".

    • The final iteration of the website was version 8.5, with a few incremental upgrades in between this and version 8.0. This version had more up to date information and graphics, as well as marked the first version that primarily used the URL "".

    • Initially launched in 2020, Elijah switched to using Squarespace to build his website.

    • Updated in May, 2022 to reflect his branding at the time.

    • The site on Squarespace was updated throughout 2020-2023, until its final iteration here.

    • In a return to form in late 2023, Elijah rebuilt his website by hand in HTML and CSS using Bootstrap. This version of the site, dubbed "PTK X" marks Elijah's first foray into using Javascript to script elements on the site. This version surpassed the previous Squarespace one in both form, and function.

  • Olio

    The podcast run by the Boisvert brothers!

  • Lush Coffee Cat