Elephants From Neptune

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What if a rottweiler in a sports bag started making 23rd century romance? This is a heady and unique mix of grooved out, riff-rock and anti-ceremony pop tones that's been strongly supported by people both home and abroad. The slack levy of EFN's sound would not be out of place from a quaint Romanian restaurant to a seedy Sunset Strip club as it blasts its way from the populist stance of something akin to Bad Company to the gruffer recesses of a Josh Homme/Dave Grohl project.

After releasing their debut album in 2012, the band made a name for themselves with touring and playing the summer festival circuit. In 2013 the band won Skype’s “Go Change the World” award at the Tallinn Music Week festival and signed to Finnish Fullsteam Agency.

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. The lead single "Oh No" broke into radio airplay in countries across Europe, hitting daytime rotation in countries like Austria, Germany and Spain. 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.

The kings of sex-rock, Elephants From Neptune, hit the fall of 2017 with their latest single "Love Drinks Me", which also carries a b-side destruction called "Barricade (Part 1).

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