In a world of computer-assisted pop, the British rock quintet Electric Pyramid cultivates a neo-hippie allure drawn from the rock influences of the 60s and 70s.
Between the five of them, the band has amassed an impressive set of references. After opening for The Rolling Stones in Hyde Park in 2013 and Queen + Adam Lambert on their 2016 European tour, singer/songwriter Ol Beach formed the band and quickly recruited members from around the world, with Mexican-born Christian Mendoza on guitar, keyboard and backing vocals. Christian has toured the world with a wide range of artists, from Nelly Furtado to Enrique Inglesias and Vernon Reid. Londoner Linus Taylor (guitar and vocals) is well known on the city's blues scene and has toured internationally as a member of Bryan Ferry's band. Italian-born Luigi Casanova (bass and vocals) has played with British blues musician Joanne Shaw-Taylor, as well as Joe Bonamassa and Foreigner. British drummer Chris Brice (drums, percussion and vocals) studied percussion at London's prestigious Guildhall School of Music and previously accompanied Coldplay on their European stadium tour.
"The sound is raw... addictive. Pure fun" - Rolling Stone