Artist info

Genre

Indie, Punk, Rock


band members

Finn Cameron - Guitars/Vocals Jayden Crossing - Guitars Ben Whaley - Drums Bernadette Wright - Bass/Vocals


Influences

citizen, superheaven, basement, tigers jaw, trophy eyes, la dispute, microwave, camp cope, pianos become the teeth


Unearthed artists we like

TOWNS, Paradise Club, Pinkish Blu, World Sick, Madura Green


Website

colourblindadl.bandcamp.com/

Bio

A humble and honest, yet piercing force coming out of the thriving Adelaide scene sees colourblind take the lead as the next crop of emerging acts coming out of the city. Starting out as four highschool friends obsessing over their favourite punk records has flourished into the group adored by long-time fans and newcomers.

Their 2018 EP ‘Move Like You’ continues to resonate with fans, selling out rooms, overpowering the band screaming each lyric. Support of ‘Move Like You’ continues to grow, accumulating over 1 million streams with no signs of slowing down. The release followed with a string of supports with Grinspoon, Clowns, Bugs, TOWNS, These New South Whales, Good Boy and Carb on Carb (NZ).

Despite the ups and downs (mostly downs) of 2020, colourblind returned with ‘Seatbelt’, a huge leap forward in the bands sonic and artistic progression. After being included in the BIGSOUND showcase for 2020, colourblind returns with new single ‘Changing Seasons’, a cool sonic dream, lyrically dealing with the uneasiness of drastic relationship and personal changes, and how we can accept sharp turns in life, instead of fighting against the inevitable.

Review

Review by Pip Rasmussen Pip Rasmussen

01 Feb 2021

Triple J
40

colourblind's most nostalgic number yet. Seatbelt rips your heart open, and Changing Seasons patches it back up again.

colourblind's most nostalgic number yet. Seatbelt rips your heart open, and Changing Seasons patches it back up again.

Review

Review by Declan Byrne Declan Byrne

29 Jan 2021

Triple J
40

i love how this one smoulders slowly then the wind picks up and that flame is fanned to a warm, addictive and stronger one. it's also fusing a few genres and hard to pin down in that way which always makes for an exciting ride!

i love how this one smoulders slowly then the wind picks up and that flame is fanned to a warm, addictive and stronger one. it's also fusing a few genres and hard to pin down in that way which always makes for an exciting ride!

Review

Review by Bridget Hustwaite Bridget Hustwaite

12 Aug 2020

Triple J
40

Shoutout to UE Superuser Dani for chucking this on the show tonight as Guest Selector. Absolutely rips!

Shoutout to UE Superuser Dani for chucking this on the show tonight as Guest Selector. Absolutely rips!