In the summer of 2010, Apollo Pathway teamed up with Shidad’s Tom Larkin on production, inspired by his work with some of Australia’s best emerging bands including Calling All Cars, Red Ink, The Galvatrons and Young Heretics. Impressing Larkin with their creative vision, they set to work laying the foundations for Apollo Pathway’s debut album.

“Apollo Pathway have one of the best new sounds coming out of Melbourne this decade” Tom Larkin

Drawing inspiration from bands like Jimmy Eat World, Weezer and The Cars, Apollo Pathway delivered their debut single ‘Crème De la Cranka’ to radio in late 2010. Picking up play across Channel [V], Rage and community radio, the release concluding with a sold out CD launch in December at Melbourne’s Curtain Band Room.

They’re gearing up to release their next single ‘Never Ending Story’ with special guests July Days and The Holland, at The East Brunswick Club on Friday April 15th. Tickets available from However, we’ve got two double passes to give away to Tone Deaf readers to the gig, so enter here but don’t forget to leave your mobile number so we can give you a call.