New video from Dark Colour

Dark Colour Drops Video for “Don’t Let It Stop”
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Cincinnati-based, electronic pop act Dark Colour exploded from the mind of 20-year old singer/songwriter Randall Rigdon. After years of providing ethereal soundtrack work for independent video projects and partaking in friends’ frenzied rock experiments, Randall finally set forth on his own full-fledged solo electro project.

With him comes Memories (out now), a ten-track, dance party of an album featuring warming synths, compelling vocals, hard-hitting beats, and an overwhelming sense of chaos. Recorded straight out of Randall’s bedroom studio, Memories is an uncontrollable pandemonium that’s reminiscent of 70s disco and 80s synthrock. With influences ranging from the works of Damon Albarn, David Bowie, and even Gregg Alexander, Dark Colour transforms themes of heartbreak and frustration into carefree exhilarations.

In correspondence to Memoriesrelease, Dark Colour has begun taking the music to the stage. Accompanying Randall is a full backing band that carries the same euphoric level of edginess and excitement found on the album. Backing band includes Peter Muller on guitar, Rico Reyes on bass, and Josh Alsip on drums.

Common comparisons include: Passion Pit, Empire of the Sun, Depeche Mode, Simple Minds, Modest Mouse, The Postal Service, and David Bowie.

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