[NO COUNTRY PREMIERE] Apollo Wild Drop Reflective Title Track from Debut Album, “No Love Lost”


Apollo Wild have been making waves with their unique brand of gritty and surprising rock and roll in recent months. Comprised of Nashville transplants Reece Presson, Ethan Barton, Alex Rodriguez, Chris Malone and Phil Campbell, the group mix the cutting lyrical honesty of Ryan Adams with the fun, infectious quality of polished bands like The Killers. Today, we’re excited to premiere “No Love Lost,” the title track of Apollo Wild’s forthcoming debut album.

Although the track was originally more of a finger-picked folk song, it eventually transformed into a rocking symphony of tumultuous guitar and hypnotic vocals. Inspired by a trying relationship that created thoughts of self-doubt and hopelessness, “No Love Lost” takes a hard look at how you can let someone else’s toxic attitude derail you from your own destiny. It’s arena-ready alt-rock that packs a punch while supplying plenty of authenticity and depth.

Looking for a great way to spend your Valentine’s Day? You can hear more from Apollo Wild at their album release show at The High Watt on Feb. 14 with Kelsey Kopecky and Kneel Jung (Aaron Martin of Okey Dokey). Snag your tickets here for just $8 while they last, and click below to hear “No Love Lost.”

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