It's sonically spare as we've come to expect from them, but still substantive in purpose. They call it "a universal love song," not a protest song, and have dedicated the video to Michael Brown, Trayvon Martin, and other black youth who have lost their lives to racism in America. "'Colours' is a universal love song with the message of seeing and loving someone's inner self," they explained in an email to FADER. "We believe that the soul of every person has a color that supersedes what anyone may see on the outside."
Watch The Blood-Red Video For BC Kingdom’s “Colours”
The LA-area duo memorialize black youth who have lost their lives to racism in America.
November 04, 2014