Artist info

Genre

Indie, Punk, Rock


band members

Finn Cameron - Guitars/Vocals Jayden Crossing - Guitars/Vocals 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

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


Bio

colourblind formed in April 2017, merging their respective influences of punk, indie, hardcore and shoegaze to record and release their first demo in July last year. Given their strong DIY ethic and heavy gigging schedule since its release, the demo was extremely well received and allowed them to build a strong and supportive following.

Their debut single, "Water" is the leading track from their upcoming debut EP, "Move Like You" and was released the 14th of September with an accompanying music video. "Move Like You" will be available on all major streaming services on November 2nd.

colourblind have been given the opportunity to play alongside some great international bands such as Casey (UK) and Carb on Carb (NZ), as well as interstate acts such as Bugs, Belle Haven, Saviour, Sweater Curse and Turn South.

They have also been able to play with some fantastic bands from Adelaide such as Horror My Friend, Sleep Talk, Hindsight, TOWNS, Siamese, Paradise Club and Madura Green.

Review

Review by Declan Byrne Declan Byrne

07 Nov 2018

Triple J
45

i thought it was gonna be a bit of a rest up, link arms with the punter next to you type song but nice one sneaking in that late beastly section.

i thought it was gonna be a bit of a rest up, link arms with the punter next to you type song but nice one sneaking in that late beastly section.

Review

Review by Dave Ruby Howe Dave Ruby Howe

06 Nov 2018

Triple J
40

Hard to argue with the goosebumps that these gang vocals give me.

Hard to argue with the goosebumps that these gang vocals give me.

Review

Review by Claire Mooney Claire Mooney

31 Oct 2018

Triple J
50

If you didn't think it could get even better than the last two tracks, think again. This is powerful. That massive sound breaks through with brutality and this HUGE punch-the-air chorus/sound that grabs all attention, convincing anyone that gets in the way. You've fired the cannon on this one and you can feel every little moment of its release and impact. I want to hear this on the ra...

If you didn't think it could get even better than the last two tracks, think again. This is powerful. That massive sound breaks through with brutality and this HUGE punch-the-air chorus/sound that grabs all attention, convincing anyone that gets in the way. You've fired the cannon on this one and you can feel every little moment of its release and impact. I want to hear this on the radio and shout along to every single word.

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