Perth indie-dance music group Crooked Colours have released their new single ‘Love Language’, their first single since the release of their acclaimed sophomore LP Langata. The track was released under Sweat It Out and Atlantic Records.
The song itself is an emotional track with tropical layers and textures filled with warmth. It has the classic Crooked Colours sound, it’s an intricate example of the indie tropica sub-genre and fans of their previous works will be in love with this new track. The gentle and angelic vocals of front man Phillip Slabber are a highlight.
Slabber recently released ‘On a Low’ under his solo club focused project Zolly. The Australian trio have recently celebrated their tracks ‘Do It Like You’ going Gold and have an upcoming Australian tour in September supported by Set Mo and George Alice, fingers crossed it will go ahead!
“Phil had written the lyrics when he was living in L.A. at the end of last year,” recalls Leon Debaughn [keys, production], “We slowly worked on the music from there. I think it’s important to release a song like this right now. There should be some more love in the world.” Elaborating on the lyrical content of the new single Philip Slabber [vocals, guitar, production] continues, “This song is about the different ways in which we communicate our love for each other. How special it is to find someone that speaks the same love language as you. It’s a celebration of the uniqueness of relationships.”