Wax UK were a 1980s musical duo formed in Manchester, England. The duo conisted of Graham Gouldman and Andrew Gold. The duo first came together in 1983 when Gouldman persuaded Gold to visit him at his home in Mottram St Andrew, England, to write and spend some time together. Gold ended up staying for seven months. Under the supervision of Harvey Lisberg, Gouldman's long-time manager, the pair started working on songs for a new album, and took the name Wax. They signed with RCA Records, and released three studio albums between 1986 and 1989.
The band's best known singles during that period were "Right Between the Eyes" and "Bridge to Your Heart" with the latter being a European hit which was supported by European TV appearances including performances of the song on the renowned, high-profile British pop-music showcase Top of the Pops and the German series Peter's Pop Show.