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The Colourful Band

by The Colourful Band

Scottish indie pop from singer-songwriter with warm sounding vocals, chiming guitars and storytelling style often compared to Stuart Murdoch from Belle and Sebastian.
Genre: Folk: Alternative Folk
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Always the Summer
3:16 album only
2. Are You Waiting?
3:39 album only
3. I Want to Go Home
3:21 album only
4. Easter Road
2:42 album only
5. Stars
3:58 album only
6. Newtown Girls
2:38 album only
7. Getting Famous Is Easy
3:25 album only
8. Into the Bright Sun from Shadow
4:03 album only
9. The Falling Leave
4:11 album only
10. Hollow Lonely Heart
4:13 album only
11. In the Meantime
8:32 album only


Album Notes
Vote of thanks

I would like to thank the band, in no particular order, Drums: Dave Steele, Dave Curry, Fraser Stewart.

Guitar; Jon Tyler, Bass; Steve Tonge. These guys have all played with me over the last couple of years, and are my friends.

I got fed up playing gigs on my own, and having a band is an absolute luxury which I would recommend to anyone.

The fact that I enjoy their company in the pub, and have a laugh with them helps us all deal with our regular real life sh*t.

My family will be taken aback by some of the content and also the language. I bleeped out most of the worst of it.

I love you guys.

This record is really dedicated to all the losers and no-hopers who keep playing music despite what everyone thinks of them.

And the people who encourage them, buy their records, come to their gigs, put gigs on for charity, write about them, make videos about them, do websites and graphic design for them,

let them stay on their couches and in their spare bedrooms, employ them, support them.

Without these people we would live in a world of work, reality tv talent shows, corporate culture and fear, mostly fear, of ever trying to do anything different

I hope you enjoy these songs.

I have to go to bed now, its late and I have to get up tomorrow





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