Openers for The 1975- Colouring & Pale Waves

Fillmore Auditorium
Denver, Colorado
May 6th & 7th

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Colouring

It didn’t take long for the opening band Colouring, to take ahold of the crowd. Within seconds of their first song Symmetry the audience was swaying back and forth.   The four-piece band of Londoners have figured out their balance of synth and real instruments, supported by frontman Jack Kenworthy’s smooth vocals.  Their set goes from pop, to interludes of synthy-dubstep, to an emotional ballad with Kenworthy on the piano.  Each song more captivating than the last drew in the ears of listeners in Denver’s Fillmore Auditorium and had everyone whispering to fellow concert goers to find out the name of the band.  Their small following of fans is sure to blow up after this tour.

Colouring, signed to Interscope Records, have recently released a new single called The Wave, in addition to a music video for their song Heathen.

Listen on Spotify and iTunes. Watch on YouTube.

 

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Pale Waves

If you could hand pick the perfect opener for The 1975, it would be Pale Waves. With their nineties goth look in combination with their familiar sounding pop songs, the band brought the patient audience one step closer to The 1975.  The Manchester natives easily excited the crowd with their set mainly filled with songs that are yet to be released, ending with their hit single There’s A Honey.

The guitar riffs, synthetic beats and catchy lyrics made it inevitable for anyone to stand still as Pale Waves embraced the stage as their own and warmed up the audience for memorable night. Take a few minutes and watch their new music video on the Pale Waves Vevo, for a quick taste of what their live performance is like, you’ll be hooked in no time!

Listen on Spotify and iTunes. Watch on YouTube.

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Look out! This wave is sure to catch you by surprise.

Dirty Hit’s new band, Pale Waves is coming in strong debuting their new single There’s a Honey.  With the undeniable 80’s pop feel to the song, in addition to Matty Healy and George Daniel’s style of production, you’re sure to be singing along the first time you hear There’s a Honey.  The groovy guitar riffs, catchy chorus and iconic drumming brings back memories of when MTV actually aired music. The look of the indie-pop band may be on the edgier side, but their sound is without a doubt delving into the pop world of music.  Keep these four musicians on your radar because Pales Waves is here to stay and make their mark on the industry.

Embarking on a tour with label mates, King Nun and Superfood, you can find Pale Waves on the dates below.

Listen to There’s a Honey on Spotify and iTunes

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