You might not expect such an eclectic and rich mixture of themes coming from a super-tight trio, but Heartbreaks For Fools, the new Electra album, is just that – a passionate, driven, fun album.
It reflects the band's background of 50 US rockabilly to 70 UK punk, along with the humidity of their hometown of Tel Aviv, of 2010, where they already conquered the number one chart position. Coming from this troubled area, Electra is making a clear pro-peace statement and does not hesitate to confront the current Israeli politics.
Electra has achieved their place in the top of the local scene, as one of the most toured bands around brining energy packed gigs that takes no prisoners and leaves no one indifferent.
Their new album is a unique mixture of classic and modern rock'n'roll, psychedelic pop to ska, garage rock to glam. It's romantic and restless, diverse and unified, while the lyrics deal with alienation in modern times side by side with twisted love songs.