Upon its release earlier this year, the uplifting and blissful original track exemplified an evolution for the trailblazing band. “Love Language” was immediately met with widespread critical acclaim with FLAUNT calling the track “the summer romantic ballad we’ve been waiting for all year,” This Song Is Sick raving, “this uplifting new track carries you through a euphoric reminiscence of summer love,…the overall groovy and boppy vibe that ‘Love Language’ emulates is the perfect way to close out these final summer nights,” and Acid Stag praising the song as “an elevating new single full of lively movement and groove that depicts a tale of romance and connection.”
“This song is about the different ways in which we communicate our love for each other,” Phil Slabber [vocals, guitar, production] said about the original track. “How special it is to find someone that speaks the same love language as you. It’s a celebration of the uniqueness of relationships.” Leon Debaughn [keys, production] added, “I think it’s important to release a song like this right now. There’s a lot of hate and shit going on the world. There should be some more love.”
The loveable track was joined by an equally bright companion video, streaming now via the band’s YouTube.
ABOUT CROOKED COLOURS
Extracting harmony from the union of seemingly disparate elements, Crooked Colours exist at an elusive crossroads between delicate acoustic instrumentation, evocative vocals, and dancefloor-ready synth transmissions. The Australian trio—Phil Slabber [vocals, guitar, production], Leon Debaughn [keys, production], and Liam Merrett-Park [drums]—could just as easily soothe a quaint coffeehouse or a chaotic club. Generating over 100 million streams, selling out shows on multiple continents, and garnering looks from Billboard, NME, YourEDM, This Song Is Sick, and more, the group further sharpen this shape-shifting sound on a series of singles and their forthcoming debut for Atlantic Records.
Crooked Colours have spent quarantine back in Fremantle, Western Australia to focus on creating new music. Stay tuned for more exciting releases from the rising band, “Love Language” is the first taste of what’s to come!
SNBRN has become one of dance music’s most compelling new voices. The LA-based producer, real name Kevin Chapman, has mastered the art of the anthemic house hit, as evidenced by blockbuster singles like “Gangsta Walk,” “Raindrops,” and “Beat The Sunrise.” With over 80 million streams on Spotify and landmark performances at festivals like Coachella, Electric Daisy Carnival, and Ultra, it’s clear: SNBRN has found his groove and won’t be slowing down anytime soon.
‘Love Language SNBRN remix’ is out now via Sweat It Out and Atlantic Records.
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