Apache Rose are back with their brand new single ‘Blind Spot’ and we got a sneak preview listen to the track ahead of its release on Friday.
The new single, which is a ‘tribute’ to reckless taxi drivers worldwide also contains an overarching theme of being careful not to put yourself in situations you can’t control. And we love it! It really gives us Arctic Monkey feels with its indie rock edge. With over a quarter of a million views on the YouTube video to the last hit ‘Attention!’, we think this new track will go down even better with fans and perhaps attract a few more, overseas.
Based in Moscow, Russia, Apache Rose somewhat ironically combine sounds from the British Invasion of the Sixties and the Alternative guitar bands of the Nineties. With inspirations coming from Guns and Roses, Arctic Monkey and The Strokes, we can see why the Russian band have become so popular in the UK and US in the last couple of months.
The new single precedes the band’s EP which is due to be released this summer – something to look forward to as we endure another few weeks of lockdown. In the meantime, get following the band on social media and see some behind the scenes of their recording of ‘Blind Spot’ in the basement of the historic Central Telegraph building, 100 metres from The Kremlin – cool right?!