This three-piece synthesizer outfit took their name in the Latin for ‘Let There Be Light’. Fiat Lux produced in Wakefield, Yorkshire, Britain, in 1982. Vocalist STEVE and keyboard participant David P. Crickmore have been at play college jointly and Wright continued to become listed on the well-known Yorkshire Stars group. Among that firm’s customers was the neighborhood guitarist and synthesizer wizard Costs Nelson (ex-Be Bop Deluxe and Crimson Sound), who sometimes provided music because of their productions. Wright and Crickmore had been writing material jointly and Wright made a decision to make use of his connection with Nelson to send out him a demonstration tape. Nelson was impressed and made a decision to discharge the tune ‘Feels Like Wintertime Again’ by himself Cocteau label. The initial recordings were produced using local program musicians however in Apr 1982, Costs’s sibling Ian, a saxophonist and keyboards participant, was enrolled into Fiat Lux. Polydor found on the music group and they documented their first record in Liverpool. Travels with Blancmange and Howard Jones implemented and their second and third Polydor singles – ‘Secrets’ and ‘Blue Feeling’ – both produced the graphs. ‘Solitary Fans’ had not been a success, nevertheless, so that as synthesizer pop dropped out of favour the music group dropped with the wayside, although Ian Nelson would continue to work sometimes with his sibling.