The Escape Club was a pop rock band based in London, England that formed in 1983. The band consisted of lead singer/rhythm guitarist Trevor Steel, guitarist John Holliday, bassist Johnnie Christo and drummer Milan Zekavica. They're perhaps best known for the two smash new wave influenced singles "Wild,Wild West" and "I'll Be There", the former single becoming a number one U.S. pop hit. In 1986, the band signed with EMI, and they subsequently recorded their first album, White Fields. which was released in 1987.