The Love Electric’s new video was filmed in New York City, Lisbon, Berlin, and Woodstock.
You can get “The Naked Beat” here.
About A Love Electric
The Love Electric is a band that does things differently. An art rock trio of three nationalities, A Love Electric, hailed as the tomorrow of creative rock by Mexico City’s leading newspaper La Jornada, performs at some of the world’s finest rock festivals, jazz clubs, and cultural landmarks. Led by guitarist and vocalist Todd Clouser, a voice widely recognized as at the forefront of a new generation of genre redefining artists, A Love Electric carries the legacies of psychedelic rock, NYC’s downtown scene, and introspective song into new territories.
The Prague Post calls ALE’s sound “blistering”. Time Out Barcelona writes the ALE experience is “illuminating”. NPR calls Clouser simply “fascinating”. The band worked with Grammy winning producer Danny Blume in creating its most recent release,The Naked Beat (The Royal Potato Family 2013). The evolution of ALE into its current state as creative rock supergroup is documented on three records carrying the band’s name, but it is the live show that has earned A Love Electric its reputation amongst fans and critics of rock and jazz alike.
A Love Electric is Todd Clouser (guitar and vocals), Aaron Cruz (bass), and Hernan Hecht (drums), Hecht a Latin Grammy winner for his work as drummer and producer. While the three all boast impressive performance credits as individuals, ranging from Hecht with Tim Berne to Aaron Cruz with Lila Downs, A Love Electric has developed something often sorely lacking in the creative music world. A real band with a language and vision all its own.
The three musicians, now all based in Mexico City, have performed with John Medeski, Steven Bernstein, Anton Fier, Billy Martin, Cyro Baptista, members of Dire Straits, Keb Mo, and more. In there years of aggressive touring throughout the United States, Germany, Spain, Portugal, Mexico, and Argentina,, A Love Electric has passed from Ropeadope Records (North Mississippi Allstars, Robert Randolph) to Brooklyn, NY’s The Royal Potato Family for a trilogy of releases between 1012 -2013 and onto Billy Martin’s label, Amulet Records.
The band now sits with a sound and approach all its own, defying category and inspiring audiences with their impassioned and prolific approach to creating.
Praise for the band
“A celebration of the creative spirit” – Minnesota Public Radio
“One of the most exciting musicians on the scene” – Bird is the Worm
“Impressive…modern…draws from fuzzed out acid rock guitars and vintage, laid-back funk” – Time Out NYC
“Next generation of imaginative guitarists” – Vintage Guitar Magazine
“Blistering” – The Prague Post
“Clouser offers an illuminating exploration” – Time Out Barcelona
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