Within months the haunting, ethereal soundscapes captured the attention of audiences and industry alike, but it wasn’t until the release of the debut album “How to be a child and win the war” that the four piece gained international recognition.
The band embark on a tour of Europe with Interpol and Archive furthering the bands popularity. One of those encapsulated by the sound was renowned producer Alan Parsons who proclaimed “they could be the next Radiohead.”
Electric Litany co-produced their 2nd Album "Enduring days you will overcome" with Alan Parsons and went on a tour with the Alan Parsons Project.
In 2016 the band released the “Love EP” which was once again co-produced by Alan Parsons and played alongside the Prodigy and Black Rebel Motorcycle Club, followed by a European tour.
‘Under A Common Sky’ is the third and latest album by the band and their most ambitious recording to date. It followed with two videos by Sakari Lerkkanen and Morgan Matyjasik that have won various international film festivals in 2020.
The band envisions a world where no gods and no masters will no longer exist, and all humans will be equal under the sun.