Despite Russian Roots, Apache Rose Has a Distinctly American Sound

Russian rockers Apache Rose are back with a new track… but for some of you, it may be the first time you’re hearing about them. While they don’t have a huge following here in the states, they’ve received international acclaim and are an easy fit into the American music scene. With inspiration primarily taken from American rock music like the Pixies and Nirvana, there’s a distinct post-punk feel to their latest singles, “Cabin Fever”. Pop hooks and strong vocals with an aggressive backdrop in the same aesthetic of the indie rockers and grunge bands Apache take their influence from, this track screams Top 40 Rock Radio in all the right ways.

The brainchild of principle songwriter and performer Ilya Novokhatskiy, Apache Rose will be releasing their sophomore full length in the coming months, but wanted to get “Cabin Fever” out there to give everyone a taste of what is to come. Check out the lyric video below:

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