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Flyying Colours - ROYGBIV EP (CDr)

8 thoughts on “ Flyying Colours - ROYGBIV EP (CDr)

  1. Jutilar says:
    Flyying Colours Brodie J Brümmer Gemma O'Connor Melanie Barbaro Andy Lloyd-Russell Big Mess / Goodtimes, released 07 February 1. Big Mess 2. Goodtimes Both new singles from forthcoming album 'Fantasy Country'.
  2. Tashakar says:
    Flying Colours play music that swirls around the universe in billowing waves of ecstatic dream-wonder. Recalls bands like Swervedriver, Cheatahs, My Bloody Valentine, Ride, Native Lights. “EPX2” perfectly captures a combination of zoned-out fragility, canorous melody and muscular density to create a timeless indie pop flow lovingly cradled.
  3. Malagore says:
    ROYGBIV, an album by Flyying Colours on Spotify We and our partners use cookies to personalize your experience, to show you ads based on your interests, and for measurement and analytics purposes. By using our website and our services, you agree to our use of cookies as described in our Cookie Policy.
  4. Kele says:
    Feb 20,  · Big Mess by Flyying Colours Directed by Thomas Russell Director of Photography Drew Collins Second Camera Chris Cochrane Editor and Visual Effects Thomas Russell Released via .
  5. Kazrakasa says:
    Residing in a dream-world that sits somewhere between psych, indie, grunge and shoe gaze, Flyying Colours' beautifully dynamic new offering showcases their talent for uniting a delicate vocal melody with a satisfying thick wall of abrasive drums and guitars. was a huge year for the Melbourne quartet, with the release of their second EP 5/5(2).
  6. Neshicage says:
    Following the release of two acclaimed EPs, Melbourne's Flyying Colours are set to release their debut full-length album, 'Mindfullness!'. Residing in a dream-world that sits somewhere between psych, indie, grunge and shoe gaze, Flyying Colours' beautifully dynamic new offering showcases their talent for uniting a delicate vocal melody with a satisfying thick wall of abrasive drums and guitars.
  7. Tauzahn says:
    May 12,  · Flying Colours play music that swirls around the universe in billowing waves of ecstatic dream-wonder. Recalls bands like Swervedriver, Cheatahs, My Bloody Valentine, Ride, Native Lights. “EPX2” perfectly captures a combination of zoned-out fragility, canorous melody and muscular density to create a timeless indie pop flow lovingly cradled 5/5(5).

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