The single Everyday In Heaven is due February 2019, and the album Saved Symmetry in March — the first Fiat Lux album in 35 years!!
The great lost band is coming back. And here are wonderful pictures of David P Crickmore and Steve Wright, reunited in the recording studio at last, back in action — please see the photos below.
“Majestic” Steve Lamacq
"Was going to say Everyday In Heaven is your stand out hit track! And then I see its going to be a single. Spot on. I love your album. Beautiful tunes come shining through" Annie Nightingale
The new album has been recorded at Splid Studio, Keighley, Yorkshire, where Fiat Lux is based, and produced by David P Crickmore, with Fiat Lux signature instruments:
"Guitars I play on the album are my Gibson SG light blue as used back in the 80s, and a 60s Fender Strat plus Martin acoustics. The bass guitar is the same model Yamaha BB1000S that I used on the Polydor sessions, but I had to track another early 80s edition down as my original bass went astray in the mid 80s. Classic analogue synths used include a Mellotron, a Mini Moog, and a Roland Jupiter 8," says David P Crickmore