Crooked Colours are another trio of lads from Perth – the city that again and again proves itself as a melting pot of talent.
The indie-dance band have wrapped up a national tour supporting RÜFÜS and are now ready to prove that they can hold their own.
Lead vocalist, Phil Slabber says that the reception so far has been “really good” and he “couldn’t ask for more.”
Band dynamics on tour have also been tried and tested, with Slabber revealing that “Liam is the biggest stirrer.”
He continues, “There’s quite a lot of back and forth banter going on – it’s fun.”
Being producers, Slabber says they always need to consider the best ways to incorporate live elements into their shows.
For their In Your Bones tour, Slabber promises an entertaining live show with accompanying graphics and light shows while the boys keep busy on the decks.
“We’re going to pick out as much of what we can do live and try to deliver it live.” (SY)
Jul 18, Goodgod Small Club, 55 Liverpool St, Chinatown, $12+bf, goodgodgoodgod.com