"A canvas of orchestral indie krautrock... an entrancing opportunity to delve into their dark and sinister world" - The Line Of Best Fit
"Reminiscent of (early) Editors or even Bauhaus, there's a beauty to their melancholy, a redemptive edge to their sorrow." - Clash
"Think of some hectic, politically-charged combination of Placebo, Joy Division, Interpol, Titus Andronicus and White Lies... smashing, bass-heavy indie." - Killing Moon
05/03/14 @ Jamboree, Cable St, London / 19:30 / £5 / Facebook Event
Electric Litany's grand, ambitious and bleak rock sound has been drawing some impressive admirers recently.
The English/Greek four piece have been billed as having the potential to be "the new Radiohead" by producer Alan Parsons, who worked on their new album, Enduring Days You Will Overcome, and Bella Union boss Simon Raymonde gave them a first UK radio play on his Amazing Radio show last week. Their sound is both bleak and romantic; at once retro-futurist and forward-thinking.
Clash premiered their latest video, noting "there's a beauty to their melancholy", and The Line Of Best Fit were equally full of praise, called the video "an entrancing opportunity to delve into their dark and sinister world". The BBC also reported on the cutting edge technology used to record the new album.
Read a full press release on the album and the band's history here and get a flavour of their sound via their latest video, below.
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