Known for their "show no mercy" attitude of performing live, the band received first sings of worldwide approval after earning warm up slots for both Red Hot Chili Peppers and Kaiser Chiefs. It was studio time soon after and EFN released their second album "Pressure & Pleasure" in 2014, which won them the best rock album at the Estonian Music Awards. What followed was a tour and festival circuit which touched the grounds of England, Finland, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland, Czech Republic, Hungary, Germany, Italy, Belarus and Russia among others.
After washing off the sweat of the road, they came back with fresh riffs and went on to release "Oh No", their most successful album yet. Well received by critics, now referring to the band as "kings of sex-rock", it won them the best rock album and band of the year prize at the Estonian music awards. But the icing on the cake came in the summer of 2017, when they were invited to warm up for the Foo Fighters alongside Biffy Clyro and The Kills.
Now, the kings of sex-rock are back with their latest single "Love Drinks Me".