Most people will probably know about this already, because I’ve been banging on about it for weeks but the Talk In Colour album ColliderScope is out now as a digital download and real-life CDs in the actual shops, thanks to the lovely people at ShellShock Distribution:
It’s a childhood dream come true for me to have a CD in the shops by one of my own bands that I helped to write, not just one I’ve played on as a session musician.
We’ve had some rave review for it already, including four stars (and a namecheck!) from David Honigman in the Financial Times:
More lovely things about it:
“…faultless production … rich and mesmeric” Drowned In Sound
“One of the most original, mesmerizing and enthralling acts around. Their debut album intrigues and draws you into their multi-layered sound where electronics, guitar, harp and vocals collide.” Dom Servini (Wah Wah 45s)
“ColliderScope” delivers an enticing wave of experimental sound, gilded by shimmering juxtaposed shades of light and dark.” Shout 4 Music
“… had us hooked from the very first minute” No Fear Of Pop