Leeds quintet Colour of Spring have announced the release of their new single Echoes, the lead track from their self-titled EP out 23rd June via House of Love Records.
The band comprises Shane Hunter (vocals, guitar), Robin Deione (guitar), Tom Gregory (bass), Mark Rochman (drums) and Charlie Addison (keys). The sound is shoegaze derived but there are some interesting guitar noises which make them standout and the tune certainly has an epic feel and Hunters vocals stand out.
Discussing the release, songwriter bassist Tom Gregory stated: “Echoes is about losing the innocence of youth. As you enter your teenage years you’re told to grow up and take responsibility and some of the beauty of childhood is gone. We probably spend a lot of time as adults trying to regain that side to us that we lose. Echoes is about how we each deal with this in our own funny way.”
Produced by Matt Peel at Nave Studios, Leeds (Eagulls, The Crookes, Autobahn, Pulled Apart By Horses), Colour of Spring’s Echoes was released on 21st April via House of Love Records and will be featured on Aural Delights Podcast 232 on May 10th.
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