London’s Colouring Finds Consolation In “In Motion”

“It’s about having unity with someone and the acceptance that through highs and lows, the future is never written.”

June 16, 2016

Today Colouring — a London band that recently signed with Interscope and have been doing some tinkering with Rhye's Robin Hannibal and Luca Buccellati — deliver their debut single "In Motion." It's an uplifting track built of post-U.K. dubstep and an oscillating bass line that feels necessary during this especially turbulent week.

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"In Motion," Colouring's Jack Kenworthy explained in a note to The FADER, "was written at a time when a lot was changing for us. It's about having unity with someone and the acceptance that through highs and lows, the future is never written."

We go, we go round, but it's alright.

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