Posted on: March 1, 2019 Posted by: James McQuiston Comments: 0

Colors is a synth-heavy track that showcases Waterfall Wash’s love of 1980s electro-pop (Spandau Ballet, Disintegration-era The Cure) and the richly emotive music of acts like The Red Hot Valentines and Taking Back Sunday. There is so much of Waterfall Wash’s own self in Colors that each guitar line, fuzzy synth note, or splashy drum beat contributes to music in bold new ways. This is a dense, bushy track that will continue to yield new twists and turns even as listeners play it five or ten times. The dreamy sound of Waterfall Wash’s Colors will stick around with listeners long after the song ceases to play, while the track’s five-minute run time goes by like a snap of the fingers.

Waterfall Wash “Colors” / Domain /

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