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Amrap's AirIt | Australian Music Radio Airplay Project :: Rock :: Colour Machine - Laughing Last

Colour Machine - Laughing Last

Colour Machine - Laughing Last
With a capacity to lure in the unsuspecting punter with a graceful initiation, to then leave them yielding, seeing colours, with a pumping heart and a dropped jaw, is the Adelaide-based trio Colour Machine and their explosive hybrid of alt-rock.

It was only July when Colour Machine dropped two new singles, ‘Maverick’ and ‘21st Century’. Having the last laugh before the release of their third EP ‘Strengthen My Hands’ (October 19th), Colour Machine are releasing the engrossing opening track ‘Laughing Last’ (out September 14th) that shows their sheer musical aptitude and expertise which they have developed since their debut EP released in 2015.

Envision vivid riffs, exotic drum-fills and then, to top it all off, wailing lead vocals from none other than the drummer himself, Anthony Donato. The vocals alone are impressive enough as Donato rocks a range that is reminiscent of Cederic Bixler-Zavala (The Mars Volta), but then, once acknowledging the fact that he is playing these highly technical drum patterns at the same time as belting out a chorus is enough to leave anyone dumbfounded.

With such introspective and thought-provoking lyrics caked over a pulse-pounding number, Colour Machine cement a clear runway towards the release of their EP.

About this track...

‘Laughing Last’ is patently an adrenaline rushing track, however, Donato explores and propagates with his celestial tone his constant struggle to do right - to do right for the right reasons, not just for implicit gains. This is exemplified in the epic opening line that has Donato asking, “What’s the good of kindness if my head is up my arse?”.

Number Of People In Act 3 Piece
State/Territory Artist Is Based In SA
City/Town/Region Artist Is Based In Adelaide
Taken From The Release Titled Strengthen My Hands
Copyright Holder's Name Colour Machine
Media Servicing Date 2018-09-06
Main Genre Rock
Contains explicit lyrics or themes that may offend some listeners No
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