Having established themselves as one of Australia’s hottest emerging electronic acts, Crooked Colours certainly are on their way to the top. The talented trio has amassed over 100 million worldwide streams to date, released a Dance Albums Chart #1 project with 2019’s Langata and performed at huge festivals such as Bonnaroo, Firefly, Electric Forest, Life Is Beautiful, CRSSD and more.
Following their massive single “Love Language,” that recently received a remix from established house producer SNBRN, Crooked Colours are back with yet another gem, releasing “Falling.” A radio-ready anthem that combines pop, indie and house vibes, “Falling” is driven by smooth production and an amazing vocal performance from lead singer Phil Slabber.
“Having the chance to focus on making music while we can’t tour has been a lifesaver,” shares drummer Liam Merrett-Park. “It feels like we were all flailing at one point and being able to direct our energy into a creative channel helped,” while producer and keyboard player Leon Debaughn added, “This was a representation of how we felt, literally falling with no sense of direction, trying to move forward and accepting the impermanence of life.” Vocalist Phil Slabber also revealed: “This will be a first for us as we don’t have the chance to play ‘Falling’ live, so it will be a special moment to play it to an audience that has been sitting on it.”