Electric Litany to collaborate with Alan Parsons! Check >> kistarter page
New release! Click here and enjoy!
New date for Greece - Gagarin announced. 15/03/2012
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Autumn live dates announced.
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A massive thanks to interpol for choosing us as support. It was a great night for us.
We are playing the Islington MetalWorks this May.
We just finished a tour of Greece. Thanks to everyone for your support. We were
proud to support the people of Keratea at the Resistance Festival.
For more information please see here http://antixyta.blogspot.com/.
Geleen Calling festival
London-based band, Electric Litany, spent three years writing and rehearsing in
derelict public buildings.
Using an abandoned church in North London, the 4-piece post rock band recorded its 13-track debut album within three days. After mixing in Athens and mastering in Abbey Road, How to be a Child and Win the War.
Rising from the ashes of a lo-fi culture, the album features themes of reminiscence and social revolution. Robotic rhythms, eerie vocals and dynamic guitars merge with prayer-like silences and lonesome lyrics.
The album faced unprecedented critical acclaim from press in Greece where it has been released and received excellent feedback from well-known artists. Having created its own niche audience, the band has performed live in eclectic Greek venues and music festivals.
The band has a strong online presence; with over 80,000 views of the video for the song ‘tear’ and hundreds of videos from live shows.
The band consists of Alexandros Miaris (vocals, guitars, piano, synths, cello), Richard Simic (drums percussion), Benjamin Prince (synths) and Alex Deligianidis (bass).
Sharing rain-scented daydreaming and the tenacious Mediterranean moonlight, Electric Litany sings of anarchy and social revolution.