Introducing: Colour Of Spring

Colour of SpringWith a self-titled debut EP out 23rd June 2017, momentum is gathering quickly for Leeds outfit Colour of Spring.

The quintet has been making loud noises over the past two years, both metaphorically and literally, with their forceful, guitar-driven sound. With lead singles “Love” and “Echoes” offering the perfect lead-out for the album, there's plenty to enjoy in their anthemic, reverb-heavy, Slowdive-esque riffs.

While the band is well-versed in raising the volume, their latest release shows the subtle side of their music, and Hunter’s musings on “Love” showcase a lyrical complexity that few bands in this category can match. Taking a scenic walk through the idiosyncrasies and awkwardness of falling for someone, this track, in particular, makes the band stand apart from their contemporaries, and bring about the worthy comparisons to Wild Nothing and Beach Fossils.

Fronted by Shane Hunter, with Robin Deione on guitar, bassist Tom Gregory and Mark Rochman and Charlie Addison on drums and keys respectively, these boys are definitely worth a watch live. Colour Of Spring have already racked up an impressive touring pedigree, supporting the likes of JAWS, Menace Beach and INHAVEN over the past couple of years, and have a handful of dates lined up across the north-east throughout 2017.

With Band of Horses producer Matt Peel at the helm for the EP, the five-piece are already moving forward at a rapid pace - and there’s definitely more to come.

Check out Colour of Spring's website for more news, and listen to their latest single "Love" below.

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