Crooked Colours' debut album is all great, but jeez you need to hear the final track

Crooked Colours' debut album is all great, but jeez you need to hear the final track

Their album tour kicks off in August.

There was a period of time there where we thought Crooked Colours were gonna throw in the towel. They went super quiet for a significant chunk of time and left their little old home town of Perth, and it seemed like maybe they'd had enough. Fortunately for us it turns out they weren't done by a long shot, and in fact were squirreled away working hard on what would be come their debut ablum, Vera. That album is out today, and while the whole thing is more than worth your time, we want to draw your attention to the album's final stanza, Perfect Run. The entire album is great, but jeez what a journey the six-minute closer is. A piano/vocal led emotional opener slowly winds its way into an absolute thumper of a tune. Ending in four minutes of four-to-the-floor, dark-but-euphoric, techy kinda house, it's the sign of a band supremely confident in what it is their putting down. This is the kinda track that gets thrown into a live set midway just to let you know they didn't come here to fuck spiders. It's also the arrival three young dudes, hopefully moving onwards and upwards to something much bigger.

The whole album is below for your listening pleasure, check their full run of dates down the bottom, and keep your eyes peeled on our Facebook in the coming weeks for something special from the gents.

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