Following up to April’s ‘Echoes’, Leeds shoegazers Colour Of Spring have just released ‘Love’, the second number taken from the forthcoming self-titled debut EP due out on June 23rd via House of Love Records.
The indie five-piece, comprised of Shane Hunter (vocals, guitar), Robin Deione (guitar), Tom Gregory (bass), Mark Rochman (drums) and Charlie Addison (keys), have attracted praise from the online community. Their signature sound is showcased in a new track that encompasses fuzzy guitars and dreamy soundscapes, drawing comparisons to the likes of Beach Fossils if not Slowdive.
“‘Love’ is about the initial prospect of being in love, – frontman Shane Hunter stated ahead of the release – where everything is confusing, awkward and exciting all at the same time. You’re learning someone else and they’re learning you, all of your idiosyncrasies that you daren’t share with anyone else. There are so many prominent, strong emotions that it can get really overwhelming. You don’t want to blow it being your usual stupid self!”
Listen to ‘Love’ below.