Crooked Colours’ top five tunes to take a break to
It has been a while since we last heard from indie-electronic favourites CROOKED COLOURS, and we all have a little catching up to do. 2015 was a stellar year for the Perth three-piece, and also the last time we were treated to their music. That was until now, with the release of their latest track ‘Flow’, an entrancing track with a dark side.
After the 18 month hiatus, we asked Crooked Colours about their Top 5 songs to take a break to.
Mount Kimbie ‘Before I Move Off’
“Electronic, glitchy, soulful goodness.”
Mura Masa ‘Suicide Blades’
“Chill, down tempo production that makes you want to get writing.”
Tourist ‘I Have No Fear’
“Very unique production and structure that brings all the feels.”
Caribou ‘Your Love Will Set You Free’
“Leon’s flight song, always puts him in a good vibe.”
The Acid ‘Ghost’
“Beautiful, hypnotic track that unexpectedly turns into a burner.”
Flow is the first cut from the band’s forthcoming debut album. Check them out as they tour the country in March and April.
FRI 10th MAR – NEWTOWN SOCIAL, SYDNEY
FRI 17th MAR – NORTHCOTE SOCIAL, MELBOURNE
SAT 18th MAR – HUNTER VALLEY, NSW
SAT 1st APR – SOMERSET VALLEY, QLD
SAT 8th APR – SWAN VALLEY, WA
Words by ABBEY LENTON