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About Through Colour

How far would you go in pursuit of a dream? Well, in the most literal sense, UK quartet Through Colour clocked up over 400 miles between them, when they relocated their lives from North Wales to Manchester to devote their collective energy wholeheartedly to their musical passions. Originally formed in Holyhead a decade ago, as the years passed by, the four friends grew tired of a lack of local opportunity and the creative confines of small town life, finally opting to up sticks and start afresh in the bustling rock scene of Manchester. Shacking up together to ensure an environment of creative focus, the band soon found that inspiration for a new direction came easier and more naturally than ever before, the big city lights acting like a proverbial Eureka! bulb. When we moved up to Manchester, we all lived together, so being able to demo new ideas and sounds became much easier for us, recalls vocalist Steve White; Having many more opportunities in a big city as opposed to a small town helped. Simple things like being able to rehearse more due to the amount of practice spaces in the city, to creative inspirations like having new things to write about due to these new experiences, the new people we were meeting and places we were seeing. The band took on a COMPLETE new way of life, and we think thats really come across in the new sound. The result of this positive reinvention saw Through Colour - completed by guitarists Lee Crimes and Jazzy Bones, and drummer Shaun Humphreys - pen an albums worth of fresh material; new songs with which the Through Colour sound took a journey to match that of its creators, progressing and branching out from basic post-hardcore roots to incorporate soaring hooks and an assured songwriting savvy. Forcing ourselves into a sound was something we used to do, and ultimately what caused us to lose interest in the genre we were stuck in back in North Wales, says White, whose heart on sleeve lyricism and punchy delivery forms the heart of Through Colours earworms; We feel we have really challenged ourselves more as musicians. If we write something, and we like the sound of it, we try and explore where that song can take us. Unusually, upon realising that the new tracks explored two distinct concepts - the bands journey toward a new beginning, and what this brighter future may hold - Through Colour opted to split their would-be album down the centre, into two thematic E.Ps. The first of these E.Ps is SOMNIUM, with the second slated for unveiling later in the year. With high praise from national Magazine's such as Kerrang!, Rock Sound, Big Cheese and Front, Video's on Scuzz TV, airplay on BBC Radio 1, Kerrang! Radio and support slots with the likes of Enter Shikari, Deaf Havana, Don Broco and more, Through Colour have proved they are more then capable of holding their own in the big leagues. Despite the many miles already behind them, physical and spiritual, this is but a first step of Through Colours new quest. "A Delicious slice of pop-rock goodness" - Rock Sound Magazine (Issue 179) "Keep an ear out for these guys" - Big Cheese Magazine (September 2013) “this band is going to go far. Watch this space" - Soundscape Magazine. "Through Colour are a band on the rise. They’re a band that haven’t replicated, they sound original and carefree." - Rockadia.com Through Colour. 2008 - 2014. Thank you. X
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Genres:
Pop, Post Hardcore, Punk, Rock
Band Members:
Steve White - Vocals, Kieran Joyce - Bass, Lee Crimes - Guitars, Jazzy - Guitars

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About Through Colour

How far would you go in pursuit of a dream? Well, in the most literal sense, UK quartet Through Colour clocked up over 400 miles between them, when they relocated their lives from North Wales to Manchester to devote their collective energy wholeheartedly to their musical passions. Originally formed in Holyhead a decade ago, as the years passed by, the four friends grew tired of a lack of local opportunity and the creative confines of small town life, finally opting to up sticks and start afresh in the bustling rock scene of Manchester. Shacking up together to ensure an environment of creative focus, the band soon found that inspiration for a new direction came easier and more naturally than ever before, the big city lights acting like a proverbial Eureka! bulb. When we moved up to Manchester, we all lived together, so being able to demo new ideas and sounds became much easier for us, recalls vocalist Steve White; Having many more opportunities in a big city as opposed to a small town helped. Simple things like being able to rehearse more due to the amount of practice spaces in the city, to creative inspirations like having new things to write about due to these new experiences, the new people we were meeting and places we were seeing. The band took on a COMPLETE new way of life, and we think thats really come across in the new sound. The result of this positive reinvention saw Through Colour - completed by guitarists Lee Crimes and Jazzy Bones, and drummer Shaun Humphreys - pen an albums worth of fresh material; new songs with which the Through Colour sound took a journey to match that of its creators, progressing and branching out from basic post-hardcore roots to incorporate soaring hooks and an assured songwriting savvy. Forcing ourselves into a sound was something we used to do, and ultimately what caused us to lose interest in the genre we were stuck in back in North Wales, says White, whose heart on sleeve lyricism and punchy delivery forms the heart of Through Colours earworms; We feel we have really challenged ourselves more as musicians. If we write something, and we like the sound of it, we try and explore where that song can take us. Unusually, upon realising that the new tracks explored two distinct concepts - the bands journey toward a new beginning, and what this brighter future may hold - Through Colour opted to split their would-be album down the centre, into two thematic E.Ps. The first of these E.Ps is SOMNIUM, with the second slated for unveiling later in the year. With high praise from national Magazine's such as Kerrang!, Rock Sound, Big Cheese and Front, Video's on Scuzz TV, airplay on BBC Radio 1, Kerrang! Radio and support slots with the likes of Enter Shikari, Deaf Havana, Don Broco and more, Through Colour have proved they are more then capable of holding their own in the big leagues. Despite the many miles already behind them, physical and spiritual, this is but a first step of Through Colours new quest. "A Delicious slice of pop-rock goodness" - Rock Sound Magazine (Issue 179) "Keep an ear out for these guys" - Big Cheese Magazine (September 2013) “this band is going to go far. Watch this space" - Soundscape Magazine. "Through Colour are a band on the rise. They’re a band that haven’t replicated, they sound original and carefree." - Rockadia.com Through Colour. 2008 - 2014. Thank you. X
Show More
Genres:
Pop, Post Hardcore, Punk, Rock
Band Members:
Steve White - Vocals, Kieran Joyce - Bass, Lee Crimes - Guitars, Jazzy - Guitars

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