For fans of Everything Everything to Foals, Colour offer themselves as an innovative guitar band, enlightening creation in the indie-rock realms.

The North-hailing band recently played a sold-out show at Liverpool Music Week, and they are fast rising to praised recognition.

Following the release of their uplifting indie-pop debut single ‘Strangers,’ (which was recorded at the prestige of Liverpool’s Parr Street Studios) Colour unveils the moody thrust of ‘Shattered’.

Shattered’ beholds the prowess of Foals’ thick and haunting dark guitar drive. An eclectic touch of delicacy lies in Colour’s vocals. ‘And when the night falls I shatter, like a mirror!’ contagiously spools catching lyrics, over a gloomy funk.


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Emily Schofield

First Year Music Journalism Student. Particularly focuses on indie and alternative music. Has a keen eye on new and unsigned bands which need a push and promotion. Born in Bolton just outside of Manchester, she is a follower of the Manchester music scene and its history. She also constantly has her eye on up and coming artists gigging in and around London. Twitter: @TheMoverTweets