Electric Religions there first gig after their single release party. This was taken at the two day festival “The Show Must go On” the festival to raise awareness of local live music and the recently fire damaged C.C.Pub. The line-up consists of:

Mikael Nordmark Bass, Håkan Åstrand Drums, Steven Kautzky Andersson Guitar and Neili ”Queen Electric” Bjerring  Vocals.

Their music is described as Post Modernistic with a lot of influences from several 70s and 80s rock bands like Zepplin, Sabbath and Purple. Mixed with classical Asian musical influences. Their debut album is called "Duality of the Universe".