Washington, DC-based indie-pop outfit, Color Palette, has released a new single titled “Dark Days“ – a dystopian, pulsating political commentary fueled by machine gun hi-hats and fuzz guitar. Northern Transmissions premiered the track.
Prior to this, the band released “Chelsea” – a dark, synth-driven, 80’s-inspired track reminiscent of Depeche Mode – in an exclusive premiere with Substream Magazine. They had high praise for the single, calling it “a truly stunning piece of music that will linger with listeners for days.”
In September, the band premiered a single, titled “Sunburn“, with The 405. They praised the track, saying, “The electronics are there, as is a shredding guitar solo, but the guitars largely jangle while the vocals float above the mix. The experience leaves you yearn for the summer nights that are just fading out of view.”
Color Palette will release their second full-length album in 2019.
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