Anguish and anger combine beautifully in their new electro-pop tune
Jessie Atkinson
10:00 11th July 2019

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DSND have released a brand new video for ‘Colour’, the second atmospheric electro-pop tune from their forthcoming EP Eremocene. See the monochrome visuals for ‘Colour’ on Gigwise first.

‘Colour’ is another electro-wrapped pop journey from DSND, whose first ever single ‘Collide’ we called “achingly personal” and “richly textured.”

On the track, the duo continue their atmospheric campaign with a synth-peppered lament that strikes an intriguing balance between gentleness and harshness, anguish and anger. See the visuals for the new track here:

In the video, long exposures of moody black and white shots add further gravitas to the duo’s new tune, which is the second single taken from the forthcoming EP.

On ‘Colour’, DSND said, “While our first single ‘Collide’ dealt with inward conflict, ‘Colour’ deals with the outward melodrama of a broken relationship…with the lyrics reflecting the intimate back and forth tendencies of getting over someone."

With their experimental approach and beautifully disorienting results, DSND are making a convincing electro-pop proposal that we're excited to see continue to unfurl.  

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