Despite being based in Moscow and recording their songs in a basement just 100 metres from The Kremlin, indie rock band Apache Rose have cultivated a worldwide audience with over 10,000 followers on Facebook and over a quater of a million YouTube views.
And now they’re ready to attract thousands more fans with their new single Blind Spot, a ‘tribute’ to reckless taxi drivers worldwide and with an overarching theme of being careful not to put yourself in situations you can’t control.
Somewhat ironically combining sounds from the British Invasion of the Sixties and the Alternative guitar bands of the Nineties, Apache Roseare the Russian musical offensive we can all be joyful about! Built around the Muscovite engine of Ilya Novokhatskiy, who has now assembled a cast of likeminded musicians to support him on his quest to bring Russian indie rock music to the world stage.
Whilst we wait for the new single, which is set to proceed the EP out this summer, give the guys a follow on their social channels to stay up to date with all their release dates.