Over the past twelve months it’s safe to say that Flyying Colours have been triumphing in style. Having supported the likes of Johnny Marr and Brian Jonestown Massacre, as well as attracting attention from the likes of KEXP, BBC 6 Music, Clash and NME, the Australian band are certainly not ones to pass by.
Following the release of two successful EPs, the band are back with the imminent release of their debut album, Mindfulness.
Leading track ‘It’s Tomorrow Now’ boasts its strengths straight from the off, with an underlying riff that is drizzled in a weighty fuzz which grips you instantly, accompanied by other eerie guitar sounds which float on the top of the surface perfectly. Think the energetic chaos of a Kasabian track, drenched with the snarls of Nirvana’s best work.
The vocals stir the cauldron that is ‘It’s Tomorrow Now’ until everything is complete, maintaining the sense of eeriness throughout. The solo is sublime, demanding undivided attention as it draws the track to its close.
‘It’s Tomorrow Now’ fades out leaving the whole track sitting at an extremely satisfying level.
Mindfulness is out now via Club AC30.