Submotion Orchestra Dazzle With Fourth Studio Album

Having stayed pretty quiet on the new music front since 2014’s “Alium”, UK seven-piece Submotion Orchestra have come back together to focus on production – and as a result have just dropped “Colour Theory” through Counter Records. 

A truly mesmerising listen from start to finish, this collection focuses on an electronic quality that runs throughout, allowing space for some unforgettable artist collaborations including the folk influenced “Needs” ft. Andrew Ashong. Other features include long-term Submotion vocalist Ruby Wood and the enticing Ed Thomas – both of which go down extremely well.

It’s a fantastic album, and will surely garner even more support for this talented group. You can grab “Colour Theory” here. 

 

 

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