Crooked Colours Team Up With Claptone For Summer-Ready Remix Of “Feel It”
Australian Indie-Electronic Trio Tap German House Icon For Groovy Remix Of Their Latest Single
Crooked Colours To Make Highly Anticipated Return To North America This Fall Including A Performance At Red Rocks Amphitheatre With Louis The Child
Listen To “Feel It” (Claptone Remix) Here
Acclaimed Australian indie-dance trio Crooked Colours have tapped German house icon Claptone for a summer-ready remix of their latest single, “Feel It.” “Feel It” (Claptone Remix) is available now HERE.
“Feel It” marks Crooked Colours’ first release of 2022, giving fans a taste of their upcoming Atlantic Records debut album, due later this year. The single premiered on Australia’s tastemaker station triple j and was written and produced by the Crooked Colours trio, Phil Slabber (vocals, guitar, production), Leon Debaughn (keys, production), and Liam Merrett-Park (drums).
“This is a song that was created in the U.S. on one of our first writing trips together, realizing the work it took into being fortunate in this position but still wanting more from our career,” Phil Slabber of Crooked Colours shares. “Realizing that you can always do better if that is detrimental or not. This song encompasses a lot of hard work but at the same time the pursuit of something better.”
Crooked Colours have also announced their highly-anticipated North American tour. The Crooked Colours Album Tour will kick off September 21 in Dallas, TX and run through October 28 in Vancouver, BC. The tour includes stops at Los Angeles’ famed Fonda Theatre and New York’s Webster Hall as well as a special appearance at the legendary Red Rocks Amphitheatre with Louis the Child on October 13. For all ticketing information please visit: https://www.crookedcoloursmusic.com/.
Crooked Colours quickly became one of Australia’s hottest electronic acts, racking up over 300M worldwide streams with their popular singles “Light Year (Feat. Masked Wolf & Jasiah),” “No Sleep,” “Falling,” “Love Language,” and of course, their 2017 breakthrough smash, “Flow.” Hailed by EDM.com for their “harmonious blend of indie, house, and pop,” the Fremantle, Western Australia-based trio fuse delicate acoustic instrumentation, evocative vocals, upbeat lyricism, and dancefloor-ready synth transmissions to create a dynamic, shape-shifting sound all their own. Having earned worldwide critical applause and an ever-growing fan following, Crooked Colours have worked with an array of artists from Jasiah and Masked Wolf to the legendary DJ duo Hermitude, rising DJs/producers like kryptogram, slenderbodies, Hayden James and more.
“There’s a lot of hate and shit going on the world. Everything is so tense, we just want you to feel good.” – Crooked Colours
Claptone‘s mysterious, mythical presence on stage and on tracks has translated into legendary status in the house/dance music scene. After breaking out with their timeless remix of ‘Liquid Spirit’, Claptone have gone on to release hits like ‘No Eyes’ and ‘Heartbeat’ as well as remixing for the likes of Dua Lipa, Elton John, Ava Max, Rag’N’Bone Man and more. Claptone are constantly delivering in the live space as well, with headline sets at every major dance music festival, global tour dates and a prime residency at Ibiza’s legendary Pacha nightclub.
CROOKED COLOURS ALBUM TOUR NORTH AMERICAN TOUR
21 – Dallas, TX – Echo Lounge
22 – Austin, TX – Scoot Inn
23 – New Orleans, LA – Toulouse Theatre
24 – Atlanta, GA –Terminal West
28 – Washington DC – Hi-Lawn
29 – New York, NY – Webster Hall
30 – Philadelphia, PA – The Foundry
1 – Boston, MA – Sinclair
4 – Montreal, QC – Astral
5 – Toronto, ON – Phoenix
7 – Chicago, IL – The Vic
8 – Minneapolis, MN – Fine Line
13 – Denver, CO – Red Rocks Amphitheatre*
14 – Denver, CO – Ogden
21 – Los Angeles, CA – The Fonda
22 – San Francisco, CA – Regency
26 – Portland, OR – Wonder
27 – Seattle, WA – Showbox
28 – Vancouver, BC – Commodore
*w/ Louis The Child
PRAISE FOR CROOKED COLOURS
“Crooked Colours can do no wrong…the perfect balance of instrumentation and electronic elements.” – THIS SONG IS SICK
“Having established themselves as one of Australia’s hottest emerging electronic acts, Crooked Colours certainly are on their way to the top.” – CULTR
“Uplifting and emotive…suited for both a sunset dance party or the afterhours’ dancefloor.” – DANCING ASTRONAUT
“Crooked Colours (have) quickly made a name for themselves carving their own unique yet perfect blend of indie pop and electronic music.” – FLAUNT
“Dipping into the synth world of electronic, the bright guitars of pop, and the sultry, mysterious lyrics usually associated with indie rock, Crooked Colours shows abilities across the board.” – POPDUST
“Crooked Colours (have) acquired a reputation for that precise festival-friendly sound that makes you want to get outside and frolic in maximum sunlight.” – SF WEEKLY