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About The Colour

The Colour debuted in early 2007 on EMI's Re:Think Records. Pulling together different corners of classic, garage, and brit rock, they created a parachute of new music unlike any of their parent label contemporaries. The vocals are pure Police, the rhythms are a little Stones and a little Zeppelin, the composition is mature, and the venues they booked all combined to pin them "ones to watch." It also didn't hurt that they intro'd their debut by touring with Mat Kearny.

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Listen toThe Colouron Napster

The Colour debuted in early 2007 on EMI's Re:Think Records. Pulling together different corners of classic, garage, and brit rock, they created a parachute of new music unlike any of their parent label contemporaries. The vocals are pure Police, the rhythms are a little Stones and a little Zeppelin, the composition is mature, and the venues they booked all combined to pin them "ones to watch." It also didn't hurt that they intro'd their debut by touring with Mat Kearny.

About The Colour

The Colour debuted in early 2007 on EMI's Re:Think Records. Pulling together different corners of classic, garage, and brit rock, they created a parachute of new music unlike any of their parent label contemporaries. The vocals are pure Police, the rhythms are a little Stones and a little Zeppelin, the composition is mature, and the venues they booked all combined to pin them "ones to watch." It also didn't hurt that they intro'd their debut by touring with Mat Kearny.

About The Colour

The Colour debuted in early 2007 on EMI's Re:Think Records. Pulling together different corners of classic, garage, and brit rock, they created a parachute of new music unlike any of their parent label contemporaries. The vocals are pure Police, the rhythms are a little Stones and a little Zeppelin, the composition is mature, and the venues they booked all combined to pin them "ones to watch." It also didn't hurt that they intro'd their debut by touring with Mat Kearny.