The new single ‘Waiting for the Red Light’ from Apachelux is a storming dance anthem that will take you back to you straight back to your clubbing days.
With a thumping beat and an infectious hook, ‘Waiting for the Red Light’ succeeds in creating the perfect recipe for a dance track, accompanied by some quality vocals as well.
In the past, Apachelux have received airplay across 30 radio stations and have also gained support from The Times who listed their second single ‘Only When You’re Lonely’ as one of their essential tracks of 2015.
Taking inspiration from a wide range of artists such as Maya Jane Coles, Royal Blood and even Girls Aloud, Apachelux’s genre crossing music offers something new to the table whilst still maintaining a strong dance heritage.
Consisting of Louisa Strachan and Jay Wigmore, Apachelux are adding to the building reputation of Southend as a cultural musical hub. The seaside town has also grown acts like Nothing but Thieves and Asylums, but the dance-duo are the next best thing to emerge from there.
Recorded in their home studio and mixed by John Webber at Air Studios, Apachelux are masters of forming dance floor moments and you can get your dancing shoes on 7th April, when ‘Waiting For the Red Light’ is released.
In the meantime, check out Apachelux on SoundCloud here: