Indie-electronic dance trio Crooked Colours are coming to Melbourne in September
12.05.2022

Indie-electronic dance trio Crooked Colours are coming to Melbourne in September

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Known for their on stage charisma, the alternative dance group Crooked Colours have just announced a mammoth headlining tour as well as new single ‘Feel It’.

Acclaimed Australian artists Crooked Colours have just released their first single of 2022 – Feel It – alongside a huge announcement for a massive headlining tour of Australia and New Zealand. Their new single teases the release of their third studio album, the first album released since Langata in 2019, which peaked at number one on the Australian Dance Album ARIA charts. Their tour will see the trio landing in Melbourne on September 9 at Margaret Court Arena.

What you need to know

  • Crooked Colours have just announced a headlining tour of Australia and New Zealand
  • Their new single, Feel It, is out now and available to stream
  • They’ll be performing at Margaret Court Arena on September 9

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Starting off as house party DJs, later developing into a three piece electronic band, Crooked Colours are known for their electrifying live performances, evocative vocals, upbeat lyricism and dancefloor ready beats.

Their new single, Feel It, was written and produced by the trio while on tour. “This is a song that was created in the U.S. on one of our first writing trips together, realising the work it took into being fortunate in this position but still wanting more from our career,” Phil Slabber of Crooked Colours shares. “Realising 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.”

 

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With appearances at coveted festivals such as Splendour In The Grass, Wildlands Festival, Groovin’ The Moo, and Laneway Festival, Crooked Colours are no strangers to keeping a large audience moving and grooving.

“There’s a lot of hate and shit going on in the world. Everything is so tense, we just want you to feel good.”

Tickets go on sale May 13 at 1pm. Grab them before the go by heading here.