Who is in the band?
APACHE DARLING are Stefanie Lawrence & Andrew Black, along with Charlotte Printer (Bass) and Danny Kelly (Drums).
Where are you from?
How did you meet?
We met at Strathclyde Uni.
We’re in the process of writing for a new release scheduled for March 2016… Until then, our music is on iTunes and Soundcloud.
Biggest gig was definitely T Break at this year’s T in the Park. Our strangest was in Toronto this summer for the NXNE festival. Our 2nd show was in a burlesque themed venue where the dancer on the bar was wearing the same bikini top as Stef.
Any funny stories we should know?
Andrew was left speechless for the first time in his life when someone shook his hand after a gig [Andrew has only three fingers on his right hand]. Clearly taken aback, the guy was like “congratulations - you’re like Django Reinhardt, but without the house fire!”.
Describe your music a little.
We’re an electronic pop band. Think Phoenix and Sia with huge analogue keyboards and big vocals.
What should we expect at your gig?
An all live electronic pop show with a rock band feel.
What are you most looking forward to about the Lighthouse Late?
We’re excited about playing a different kind of show, one that will feel like a real creative gathering as well as an exploration of Berlin.
Aside from the late any upcoming tours, releases, band news you’d like us to know!
We’ve had a brilliant year, where all our opportunities have come from 2 songs, so it’s all about recording for next year and making the best music we can.
Our Lighthouse Late in association with The List is on Friday 9th October. We will have live music from The Spook School, Apache Darling, Supermoon and headlining are FOUND. There will be talks, workshops, short-film screenings, a burlesque and cabaret performer and a craft market. The theme is Berlin.
The night is supported by Blue Moon Craft Beer, Caorunn Gin and Fentimans Tonic and ticket holders receive two complimentary drinks on the night (over 18s only).