Just announced as the opening act for The Japanese House’s upcoming UK tour, Colouring are a London group comprised of Jack Kenworthy, Dom Potts, Sean Reilly, and Alex Johnson - with Jack taking the role of singer and producer of the group.
Their sound draws upon underground electronic music, taking inspiration from the likes of James Blake - utilising Kenworthy’s bittersweet lyricism that deals with the likes of love, obsession, and elation.
Their debut single ‘About You’ premiered on Huw Stephens’ BBC Radio 1 show, about which they said: “’In Motion’ 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."
You will like, if you like: James Blake, The Japanese House, Jamie xx, The xx, The 1975, Wet, and LANY.
Listen to ‘About You’, as well as their reworking of Marvin Gaye’s ‘I Heard It Through The Grapevine’ below…