Disco Hue

Disco Hue

Name: Disco Hue 
Date formed: 2012
Occupation: Synth-pop Band 
Industry: Music 

How they got started: The band was started by Auzaie Zie (synths) who wanted to form a synth-pop band back in 2012. The band has gone through numerous changes over the the years but has finally been cemented as Zie on synths, Sherlyn Leo on vocals, Rush Ang on guitars and Billy Chua on drums. Their band name symbolizes how their sound spans a spectrum of dance-pop music. 

Notable achievements: In late 2016, Disco Hue released their debut EP Arcade to local acclaim. Their single 'Gotta Find You' received a rambunctious response and garnered plenty of views within the first week of its release. Accompanying its success was Disco Hue's second single 'I'll Be Waiting', which has gotten over 93k YouTube views and 498k Spotify streams. Their follow-up 2017 single release 'Plastic Hearts' further propelled Disco Hue's rising popularity in the local music scene. In July 2018, the band was signed to major label Warner Music, and has steadily released a new body of work taken from their forthcoming debut album, The Yearbook, which is due mid-2019. To date, the band has already released two singles, 'Can't Be Mine' and 'Right On Top (Back To You)' that showcase the band's new direction that will define the next chapter of their music career.

Something you might not have known about them: Sherlyn was a former choir member in school; Zie also sessions for acts like Jasmine Sokko, Theodora and Sam Rui; Rush is the brother of Ritz Ang who plays in famed local bands like Riot In Magenta and The Summer State; Billy has a love for sports thighs. 

A quote to sum it all up: "But I don't have a plan, just a picture in my hand"