Listen to Stop Light Observations ‘Aquarius Apocalyptic‘ from Jane the Virgin
The indie electro rock band Stop Light Observations’ track ‘Aquarius Apocalyptic‘ is one of those songs music producers keep choosing for the soundtrack of their movies and TV shows.
The latest show to include ‘Aquarius Apocalyptic‘ on its soundtrack was The CW TV series Jane the Virgin, which featured the track this week — Season 4, Episode 1, “Chapter Sixty Five“.]
The song has also been used on Supernatural, Crazy Ex-Girlfriend, Riverdale, The Flash, Supergirl and others.
And it’s no wonder, what with ‘Aquarius Apocalyptic’s’ massive guitar riffs, and how it builds from an almost bluegrass beginning to a massive rock anthem. It’s the perfect background sound to large, emotional scenes.
The Stop Light Observation song is from the band’s second album Toogoodoo. Released in 2016, it was a big success for the band, and an album that laid the groundwork for their next project — an ongoing series of digital 45s.
Stop Light Observation is William Blackburn, lead vocals, JohnKeith “Cubby” Culbreth, piano/guitar and synth, Louis Duffie, lead guitar, Luke Withers, drums, and Will Mahoney, bass guitar, and what they produce together is unlike anything you will hear from any other rock band.
Find out more about the band, along with their upcoming tour dates, on their website, and listen to ‘Aquarius Apocalyptic‘ in Soundcloud widget below.
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