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


Bio

What a feeling it is to find your next favourite band. colourblind is the band to do it for you, and that’s a fact. They are the perfect example of the emotionally charged, ‘soundtrack to your life’ music that is coming out of the buzzing Adelaide scene in 2020. colourblind hit the ground running after their debut EP ‘Move Like You’ was released in 2018, and since then, have performed with local and international acts including Clowns, Bugs, Grinspoon, Polish Club, Horror my Friend, These New South Whales, Sweater Curse, Casey (UK) and Carb on Carb (NZ).The new year sees colourblind present Seatbelt, a song highlighting the feeling of being trapped. Your emotions and thoughts crumbling around you, like a car would in a sudden impact. To celebrate the release, colourblind will be joining Slowly Slowly on tour across Australia in October and November.

Review

Review by Dave Ruby Howe Dave Ruby Howe

13 May 2020

Triple J
40

Makes sense that colourblind got the call up from Slowly Slowly for some tour support in 2020 - this is brimming with a similar emotional intensity to that band while being a bit looser 'round the edges too.

Makes sense that colourblind got the call up from Slowly Slowly for some tour support in 2020 - this is brimming with a similar emotional intensity to that band while being a bit looser 'round the edges too.

Review

Review by Declan Byrne Declan Byrne

12 May 2020

Triple J
40

it's such a tasty mix i'm downloading double and putting leftovers in the freezer so i can enjoy this again at another time.

it's such a tasty mix i'm downloading double and putting leftovers in the freezer so i can enjoy this again at another time.

Review

Review by Tommy Faith Tommy Faith

18 Oct 2018

Triple J
40

This really does uh, rip rather hard yes. A mixture of La Disoutes emotive speaks-shouting with the more Australian grunge revival of Soho. The sentimentality is sandpaper rough but the deliver is razor sharp

This really does uh, rip rather hard yes. A mixture of La Disoutes emotive speaks-shouting with the more Australian grunge revival of Soho. The sentimentality is sandpaper rough but the deliver is razor sharp