Broken Colours is a band that has been making waves in the music industry since their inception in 2013. With their refreshing take on indie-rock, they have achieved huge accolades, including getting to the winner’s spot in London’s ‘Be On The Scene’ contest, getting their hit track ‘Snakes and Ladders’ featured in the film ‘Soundtrack to Sixteen’, and their self-titled E.P receiving chart success. Now, with the release of their genre bending pop-rock-come-ska new single “One Day,” the band is sure to make a lasting impression.
“One Day” is a colourful, warm, and texturally immersive offering that will be sure to get you up and dancing. The track features pounding drums, distortion-soaked guitars, and infectious brass sections. The vocals smash through the mix and come drenched in indie-rock sensibilities, making for a rich, multifaceted musical experience – from the choppy funk tinted opening to the punching alt-rock chorus to the unexpectedly uptempo and explosive instrumental climax and a wah wah guitar solo and bright brass play call and response.
Hailing from High Wycombe, Broken Colours merge and blur indie, funk, and rock together under an energetic umbrella. Their sound is both infectious and unmissable, and they have developed a live show that is not to be missed. The band has taken their show across the UK, Italy, and Denmark, and they have supported legendary artists such as Feeder, Carl Barat, The Feeling, The Blockheads, Charlotte Hatherley, and many more.
If you’re looking for a band that knows how to deliver infectious, energetic, and unmissable music, then look no further than Broken Colours. With their new single “One Day” and a string of upcoming tour dates, this is a band that you won’t want to miss. So put on your dancing shoes and get ready to be blown away by the infectious sound of Broken Colours.
Speaking about the single, singer Tony Goff says: “I wrote this song about my life in general, about achieving your goals, growth and Hope. It’s kinda a reminder to keep on going through those tough times.”