Everything in Colour

by Wired to Follow

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about

For details about this release see its page on our website:
www.wiredtofollow.co.uk/news/release-1-everything-in-colour/

The debut EP by Wired to Follow.
Written produced & mixed by Wired to Follow.
Additional engineering by Robert Whitely @ Whitewood Studios.
Mastered by Nick Petersen @ Track and Field Recording.

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"Outstanding." - Adam Walton, BBC Radio Wales.

"The slow passages and gradual blooming, though not exactly hard to find in any post rock release, are dented by uncertain glitches and defects, strengthened further by the engulfing and precise drums, and presented and paced to mirror the expansion of a thought into a revelation." - Noted

"Field recordings, submerged keys, strings and beautiful electronic, all contribute and equally conveys a visually blurred contrast of an ocean." - The Siren Sound

"They've harmoniously married ambient with post-rock yielding extremely powerful and potent songs that can seriously stir your disposition." - Earmilk

"‘I Wish I Could Talk in Technicolor’ grabs us by the ears quite gently as it slowly builds into an hypnotic and powerful track. Listen to it now." - Cast the Dice

"The music produces the high without the drugs, a safer alternative that one can return to without trepidation." - A Closer Listen

"The music on Everything in Colour holds a statement of other-worldy beauty" - Echoes and Dust

"This is what Sonic Youth could have sounded like after being locked up in a room with Brian Eno." - Here Comes the Flood

" I think the descriptive terms spoken within this track describe this album perfectly. I wish I could talk in technicolor…" - Music Veins

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released 30 March 2013

Artwork by Stephen Johnston.

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