Rubylux are an up and coming four piece band hailing from the busking streets of Brighton’s buzzing music scene. With the release of their debut album Fake Control and the record’s first single The Boy Could Fly, Brendon had the pleasure of meeting up with the friendly faces of the band for a rooftop interview in Central London.
Merging sublime pop rhythms with catchy, radio friendly and atmospheric brilliance these guys tell us of their influences, rise in the industry and give us some background to their debut album as well as an acoustic performance of Fake Control track What You Need.
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Rubylux’s new album Fake Control is out now.
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