When We Abandoned Earth
Sweet Electra's debut album "Lying To Be Sweet," released in 2002 by Nopal Beat and EMI Records, has earned international success with it's blend of acid cabaret, deep house, and trip-hop beats with elements of jazz and bossa nova. The album is full of Mexican rhythms from the 1950's, with lyrics in Portuguese, French, English, and Spanish. It was nominated for best New Alternative Artist for LBE Music Awards. The group's second album, "CAMA," reveals a stronger indie-rock influence than their previous record. The album's hit single, "Shadow," is also part of the soundtrack of the Mexican film "Eros Una Vez María," directed by Jesus Magaña. Giovanni Escalera of Sweet Electra also scored the film. Sweet Electra has released their third album, "When We Abandoned Earth." Nardiz and Giovanni have been crafting the songs for a year now-a year full of emotional, memorable experiences. The album is nostalgic. It's dramatic.