‘The World Goes Quiet’ is the first single and title track from the forthcoming album by Brighton based, 4 piece band Rubylux. The anthemic mix of rock and pop, with its soaring chorus and insistent bass line, is impossibly infectious and the perfect introduction to the band’s second studio album. You can listen to the single on the bands website: rubylux.net
With diverse inspirations (from Jimi Hendrix and The Beatles to Radiohead and The Killers), the band’s own music sweeps the gamut from guitar pop to anthemic rock. Rubylux have already achieved impressive feats, such as the opportunity to play gigs in countries like Vietnam, Australia, USA and Germany as well as small venues across the UK. Alongside this, they have built up a thriving official fan club, leading to recognition at The Brighton Music Awards. Here, they received the best band accolade, garnering praise from the likes of Roger Daltrey and Jimmy Page who presented the award. Despite this, Rubylux are still just getting started.
Arguably ‘Brighton’s best kept secret’, Rubylux who formed five years ago are excited to take on the UK with their first major album release ‘The World Goes Quiet’ and it’s suspected they won’t be Brighton’s secret for much longer.
After a hugely successful support slot with Russian rock-group Mumiy Troll last year, the band will support them once more, this time at London’s Shepherds Bush Empire on May 13th and, as previous winners of ‘Band of the Year’, they will be taking to the stage at the Brighton Music Awards in June. Be sure to check out their website (www.rubylux.net) for details of forthcoming live shows and festivals throughout summer 2013.