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Colour Me Wednesday is an indie pop/pop punk band from West London, UK, built around sisters Jen Doveton and Harriet Doveton. The band are noted for their melodic guitar pop, politicised lyrics and DIY punk method, including producing their own recordings, artwork and promotional videos. Colour Me Wednesday formed in Uxbridge in 2007, initially performing local gigs with various line-ups, and settled as a permanent band in 2009, with Danny Gardner on bass and Sam Brackley on drums
Well I tried to repress it and I carried its crown I reached out to undress it and love let me down Love let me down. So I tried to erase it but the ink bled right through Almost drove myself crazy and these words led to you And all these useless dreams of living alone Like a dog-less bone. Well I tried to control it and cover it up I reached out to console it, it was never enough Never enough
Blake has also announced two new shows: May 16 at the Belasco Theatre in . and May 18 at Webster Hall in NYC. Update 5/5 3:31 . Last year, Blake said that the album would be called Radio Silence and performed the track "Radio Silence" live. The title has changed since then. Blake debuted the recorded version of "Radio Silence" on Annie Mac's show, as well as "I Need a Forest Fire," a collaboration with Bon Iver. In an interview with Annie, he revealed that he worked with Rick Rubin on the album. Listen to the interview below.
In Colour is an album you could spend hours unpicking, discussing samples and references. Or you could slip on your headphones, and turn down the harsh call of the outside world. Very few albums are able to put me in a trance like this album can, the track Stranger in a Room is the only slump in the tracklist for me and that's because of Oliver Sim's relatively uninspired vocal performance.
The "free" in the title to Joss Stone's fourth album apparently refers to the neo-soul singer breaking free from the shackles of her major label, EMI, who apparently have not let Joss be Joss. That this constricting argument happens to be the exact same story line Stone used for 2007's Introducing Joss Stone, the splashy diva power trip meant to unveil the "real" singer, is conveniently forgotten, as is the modern R&B of that makeover, with Joss returning to all the retro-soul of her first two records.
He loved to put plain sunlight through prisms and watch it change colour. That’s seven colours. Three centuries after Newton, you can still read about them anywhere. Then a funny thing happened. Pink Floyd’s classic album cover for Dark Side of the Moon also has the same six colours. It turns out that the question of which colours are in the rainbow is less about scientific accuracy at Gay Pride parades, and more about how one colour never belonged there in the first place. And it also illustrates how all colours defy easy definition. They are concepts we generally agree on, but they are not strictly defined by anything in the nature of light itself.