Having made a hit with their debut single, ‘This Time’, which managed to gain airplay across 30 radio stations, Apachelux are back with the new single ‘Waiting For the Red Light.’ The group also received strong support from The Times for their track ‘Only When You’re Lonely’, listing it as one of their essential tracks of 2015.
The band are influenced by a diverse range of artists including Maya Jane Coles, Royal Blood and even Girls Aloud. With an eclectic style that straddles a number of styles, Apachelux have an affinity for creating those ‘dancefloor moments’.
Apachelux is the musical vehicle of Jay Wigmore and Louisa Strachan who are based in Southend-on-Sea. It may come as a surprise to many, but Southend is currently building a reputation as a hive of musical activity and is home to an increasing number of up and coming artists such as Nothing But Thieves, Asylums and Youthclub.
‘Waiting For The Red Light’ was recorded in the band’s home studio, but mized and mastered by John Webber at Air studios.
The new single isn’t out until 7th April, but you can listen to some of Apachelux’s previous work here on SoundCloud:
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