Ambient electro-pop four-piece Colouring from London are not scared of taking risks and they’ve made that perfectly clear. Their debut EP Symmetry speaks volumes as they question the relevance of genres, and even feature an alternative cover of Marvin Gaye’s ‘I Heard it On The Grapevine’.
They’re bringing their cinematic sounds to London’s Hoxton Square Bar & Kitchen on 21st March, and Manchester’s Soup Kitchen the following day. Despite regularly performing in London, this will be their first show in Manchester since 2016. Since then, they’ve toured America supporting The 1975, gathering a mass of international fans.
Consisting of Jack Kenworthy (vocals/keys), Sean Reilly (guitar), Dom Potts (bass), and Alex Johnson (drums), Colouring cite their main influences as Radiohead, Kendrick, and all things experimental.
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