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Elephants from Neptune

by Elephants from Neptune

Elephants From Neptune are an unpredictable and ever-changing unit creating their own groovy rifforama. They are currently one of the most talked about new rock acts in the Baltics.
Genre: Rock: Hard Rock
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1. Delay
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2. Snake Eyes
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3. Can't Come In
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4. The King
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5. Dance
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6. Exploding Love
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7. You Are the Sun, I Am the Moon
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8. No Smoke, No Fire, No Talk
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9. Two Shadows
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10. Serpent
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11. Yousless
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Elephants From Neptune are an unpredictable and ever-changing unit creating their own groovy rifforama. As surprisingly as an rottweiler jumping out of a sports bag, they came and conquered the Estonian underground rock scene, earning immediate praise from critics and fans alike.
Their unique blend of music has been compared to bands from Queens of the Stone Age and Foo Fighters and even Prince.
In 2012 the band played an unprecedented and highly praised three shows at the Tallinn Music Week showcase and has already booked their first bigger summer festivals for 2012. UK’s music zine Drowned in Sound described them as “the best Estonian band at the festival”.
The band released their debut album on the 5th of April, with it’s first single “Can’t Come In” earning immediate praise and radio airplay.


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