COLOURS ANNOUNCE TOUR WITH badXchannels
Ivory, Debut Album Available Now
Critical acclaim from Playboy, Paste, Cosmopolitan, Entertainment Weekly, and more
After taking their sensual grooves across America with Robert DeLong and Andy Black earlier this year, electro duo COLOURS will join badxchannels (Craig Owens) this winter, beginning November 17th in Indianapolis.
COLOURS’ myriad of talents came together on the shores of Florida, and their eleven song collection entitled Ivory was released earlier this year. Debuting on multiple Billboard charts – #16 on the New Artist Alternative chart, #38 on the Heatseekers chart and #130 on the Indie chart – it’s no surprise COLOURS has quickly become a fan and critics favorite.
Produced by Shaun Lopez (††† Crosses, Far, Deftones), Ivory went on to worldwide radio and retail success, including over 3 million streams and multiple sync placements across MTV, BBC, FOX, Syfy and others. Don’t miss your chance to witness COLOURS as they support Ivory this winter.
Tickets are on-sale now.
COLOURS LIVE ON TOUR
(All dates with Bad Channels)
November 17 Indianapolis, IN Emerson Theatre
November 18 Detroit, MI Shelter
November 20 Chicago, IL Bottom Lounge
December 2 Orangevale, CA Boardwalk
December 3 Los Angeles, CA Los Globos
December 4 Phoenix, AZ Pub Rock
December 9 Brooklyn, NY Goldsounds
December 10 Cambridge, MA Middle East
December 11 Philadelphia, PA Voltage
“Prepare for repeat streams of addictively haunting tracks like ‘Monster’ on this two-man band’s debut, Ivory” – Cosmopolitan
“COLOURS cooks up a career about-face with its alt-pop-leaning debut” – Billboard
“Ivory is worth your attention” – Paste
“Colours is utterly compelling, unique, subtle instrumentation that will engulf all of your senses” – Playboy Radio
“Atmospheric, dark electro pop and rock, in the vein of Crosses” – Rolling Stone
“Fusing the sort of dark, electronic undertones of Crosses, with post-modern, Weeknd-tinged R&B, COLOURS have created a lush sound that’s as dangerous as it is seductive.”
“Over a howling electro-R&B beat, ‘make me your monster,’ they beg. We just might” – Entertainment Weekly
“A huge sound with dark tones and pulsating electronics serving as the foundation for smooth R&B vocals reminiscent of Abel Tesfaye’s (the Weeknd)”
“Colours is the modern day Picasso” – Substream
“Appealing to those who enjoy the conscientious pacing of Twin Shadow and the alt-pop appeal of St Lucia” – Cool Hunting
“Definitely ones to watch” – Variance Magazine
“If you are looking for a light breath of fresh air in an otherwise heavy world, this is your album” – Screamer Magazine
“A brooding beast that deceptively reveals itself further and further with every play, powered along by dark, moody electronic instrumentation, a falsetto chorus and crunchy, clean production that’s sparse enough to allow the menacing track to shine through…”
–Record of the Day
“A layer cake of impenetrable sound and intensive percussion” – Exclaim!
“The dream pop duo could have an immense future, poised to go absolutely nuclear in popularity” – Creative Loafing