Crooked Colours

Crooked  Colours  are a live electronic trio, creating music that has one foot in the indie world and one foot in a darker electronic realm. Comprising of Phil Slabber, Leon Debaughn and Liam Merrett-Park, their sound has often been compared to a combination of English indie-rock foursome Alt-J and US electronic duo Crystal Castles. 

To date the band has played at St Jerome's Laneway, Groovin The Moo, Parklife, Wonderland & Southbound Festivals as well as supporting bands RÜFÜS and San Sisco on their national album tours. The band was also invited to showcase at CMJ Music Marathon in New York and Culture Collide Festival in Los Angeles in 2015. 

After break out hit singles 'Come Down', 'Capricious' & 'Another Way' all of which reached number one on hype machine as well as rotation on triple j locally, the band decided to take a step back to focus on writing their debut album. Now after 18 months in the making, Crooked Colours are proud to announce the completion of this record with the first taste 'Flow' out February 10th. 

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14.02.17

CROOKED COLOURS RETURN WITH ‘FLOW’

After a significant 18 month hiatus, live electronic trio Crooked Colours return with their first single, ‘Flow’, from their long awaited LP, due winter 2017. ‘Flow’ is out via tastemaker imprint, Sweat It Out, and is available to download and stream now.

 STREAM/DOWLOAD: FLOW – CROOKED COLOURS

After break-out hit singles ‘Come Down’, ‘Capricious’, and ‘Another Way’ which earned them Hype Machine no. 1s and over 6 million streams, the band have thoughtfully taken the time to pen their debut album - staying true to the style of their previous releases by creating music that has one foot in the indie world and one foot in a darker electronic realm. ‘Flow’ encapsulates this aesthetic, exuding a chill/indie vibe before opening out with light yet punchy beats at the drop. Sonically refreshing and with rich production, the single could quite easily be their most captivating to date.

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