Listen to The Apples in Stereo’s ‘Energy’ from High Desert, Ep 7 end credits

The Apples in Stereo’s ‘Energy‘ was that upbeat track ending this week’s High Desert episode

American pop rock band The Apples in Stereo’s ‘Energy‘ was that fun, upbeat song playing over the High Desert end credits this week — High Desert, Episode 7, “This Doesn’t Have to Be a Tragedy” — right after Peggy is disturbed in the bathroom while she is talking to her mother.

The Apples in Stereo’s ‘Energy‘ came out in February, 2007 on the band’s sixth studio album New Magnetic Wonder, which was released on the now defunct record label Simian Records.

A label owned by actor Elijah Wood, who also directed the cool official music video for the song in his directorial debut (watch below).

New Magnetic Wonder was the first album released on that label.

The track was one of several songs on the album that sounded like a cool mix of music from the Electric Light Orchestra, The Beatles and The Beach Boys.

All of which were instantly addictive.

The album was also the first one featuring drummer John Dufilho, after long-time drummer Hilarie Sidney decided to leave the band in 2006.

The Apples in Stereo’s ‘Energy‘ is a simple track as it revolves around basic lyrics like:

And the world is made of energy/And the world is electricity/And the world is made of energy/And there’s a light inside of you

but that oddly doesn’t make the song any less appealing.

Listen to The Apples in Stereo’s ‘Energy‘ from the end credits of this week’s High Desert in the song’s official music video, and on the remastered version of their New Magnetic Wonder album.

You can also listen to more songs from the Apple TV series High Desert on Leo Sigh.


About Michelle Topham

Brit-American journalist based in Austria, former radio DJ at 97X WOXY, and Founder/CEO of Leo Sigh. I've covered K-drama, K-pop, J-pop and music news for over a decade.