2015 release from Melbourne, Australia's shoegaze/psychedelic outfit. EPX2 contains their ROYGBIV five track EP as well as their debut self-titled EP on one CD! EP1 includes piledriving single "Wavygravy", a layered noise anthem jumped on by national radio and the international shoegaze blogosphere on it's Oz release last April. EP2 features the single "Running Late" where guitars overlap, playing seemingly different melodies and rhythms, as the vocals float up from the ether of the background. Hearkening back to the '80s but also at once sounding thoroughly futuristic, there's finely-textured guitar loops and lo-fi delay used to get effect throughout the record.
2015 release from Melbourne, Australia's shoegaze/psychedelic outfit. EPX2 contains their ROYGBIV five track EP as well as their debut self-titled EP on one CD! EP1 includes piledriving single "Wavygravy", a layered noise anthem jumped on by national radio and the international shoegaze blogosphere on it's Oz release last April. EP2 features the single "Running Late" where guitars overlap, playing seemingly different melodies and rhythms, as the vocals float up from the ether of the background. Hearkening back to the '80s but also at once sounding thoroughly futuristic, there's finely-textured guitar loops and lo-fi delay used to get effect throughout the record.
766150396225

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Format: CD
Label: SHLF
Rel. Date: 05/12/2015
UPC: 766150396225

Epx2
Artist: Flyying Colours
Format: CD
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2015 release from Melbourne, Australia's shoegaze/psychedelic outfit. EPX2 contains their ROYGBIV five track EP as well as their debut self-titled EP on one CD! EP1 includes piledriving single "Wavygravy", a layered noise anthem jumped on by national radio and the international shoegaze blogosphere on it's Oz release last April. EP2 features the single "Running Late" where guitars overlap, playing seemingly different melodies and rhythms, as the vocals float up from the ether of the background. Hearkening back to the '80s but also at once sounding thoroughly futuristic, there's finely-textured guitar loops and lo-fi delay used to get effect throughout the record.