Futurist R&B laced with Rock. April Blue’s songs of life, lust and loneliness spring from a bed of
brooding electronic soundscapes. Frontman Ozz LP’s soulful vocals drive the music through scenes of lullaby and desperation, finding their perfect compliment in the deep rhymes of rapper Ian Morcher. Meanwhile, the sultry grooves of the band masterfully walk the line between laid back sleaze and gritty Rock.
Their original sound has earned them recognition as ‘Best Pop Artist’ at the NMG awards, ‘Slickest Sound’ at the NVMAs and backing from BBC Introducing, where their third single ‘Valentine’ featured as track of the week. Debut album Pop Girls Etc is “fresh, vibrant and exciting” says David Durant of Brooklands Radio, whilst Edward Adoo of BBC Three Counties described April Blue as “amazing”.
The four piece take their inspiration from an array of artists such as The 1975, The Weeknd and Royal Blood, drawing on their varied musical backgrounds to fuse genres and create a sound all their own. April Blue’s sonic exploration knows no bounds. They are a Rock band with an R&B heart. Let yourself be seduced.