#1
Was really into these guys a couple years ago, amazingly there isn't a thread on them. Super catchy British indie pop with elements of math rock, prog, and 90s emo. They should have/could have been huge but sadly they split before even getting a proper full length out. Get into it!

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FHVMGrIZ8qU
http://www.last.fm/music/Colour
http://www.myspace.com/colouruk (myspace, I know)
#2
This band was so great, sucks that they broke up. Luckily for me, I like tangled hair, the new project some of the band members formed much more than colour anyways.
#4
That's pretty cool dude. It's really a bummer all these amazing British bands (MMISL, Blakfish, Dartz, etc) are all broken up.

Quote by ricta2
This band was so great, sucks that they broke up. Luckily for me, I like tangled hair, the new project some of the band members formed much more than colour anyways.

Just youtubed them, it's pretty awesome. Sounds way more mathy at first listen. I might just pretend this is new Colour material haha.
Last edited by goldmember1217 at Dec 25, 2011,
#6
Late to the party, but can anyone here play any colour stuff? Trying to learn chutes but it's really hard to hear guitar parts. Anyone got tabs?
#8
Serious bump

They were great, but their new outfit is pretty cool too.

I have covers of "Conversations" and "chutes" on youtube if anyone is interested.

As requested:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=t56fCFBmhdk

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=znbrolEtAdI
Last edited by shmeegle at Dec 2, 2012,
#9
I ended up watching them by clicking on your youtube channel link that's in your sig but you should post them on here anyways because they were both really good.
#13
Yeah, the first one is awesome. But I think it's great that they turned something as complex as catalina into a pop song haha.
#14
I'm not sure you could call it a pop song!! I doubt it'll be getting mainstream radio anytime
soon!! It's not my favourite of their back catalogue by a longshot. I've never had a chance to see them play, so I'm sure I'm missing out. You from the UK?
#15
Nah, I live in the states man, more specifically in Texas haha. So i'm in the same boat as you for never getting the chance to see them play. Though I hope I will see them sometime in the near future because Trood is probably my favorite drummer lol. He's so loose and creative.