RUBYLUX performs the song "I DON'T WANT PARADISE" for BalconyTV.
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PRESENTED BY TINA EDWARDS
Brighton-based four-piece Rubylux are set to release their second single 'I Don't Want Paradise' August 26th.
Known for their guerrilla gigs across the UK, the band are about to take their surging melodic rock to the next level. As anthemic and dynamic as rock but with the commercial and catchy appeal of the best pop, the music on their second album 'The World Goes Quiet' released September 23rd, has the accomplished, assured quality of a Premier Division band. Variously inspired by The Beatles, Leonard Cohen and philosopher Eckhart Tolle, the songs on The World Goes Quiet are classic pop-rock, using melody and honed, harmonic noise as the Trojan horse to sneak in advanced ideas about life and love.
Rubylux have recently been announced as the Music Ambassadors for Soccerex -- joining some big names in football such as Michael Owen and Neymar - the band are the company's first musicians to take on the role. They will travel to Rio later this year to perform at their Global Football Festival on Copacabana beach, as well as performing at Soccerex's other famous social evening events in which football's most senior decision makers attend.
Singer and guitarist Rob Irving, bassist Clark Coslett-Hughes, keyboard player Adam Harris and drummer Mike Hall have seen a ground swell of support since the release of their first single earlier this year. Having already received recognition from the likes of The Who's Roger Daltrey and Led Zeplin's Jimmy Page at Brighton Music Awards, this summer at Kendal Calling Seasick Steve caught Rubylux's performance and later, during his own set, name checked the band as the ones to watch this year.
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