Acclaimed Australian indie-dance trio Crooked Colours released their latest brilliant single ‘Falling’ – available now HERE. The euphoric new track combines elements of indie, house, and pop that is amplified by lead singer Phil Slabber’s dynamic vocals alongside seductive indietronica production. ‘Falling’ arrives today alongside a captivating official video, streaming now HERE.

“Having the chance to focus on making music we can’t tour has been a lifesaver,” shares drummer Merrett-Park. “It feels like we were all flailing at one point and being able to direct our energy into a creative channel helped.”

Producer and keyboard player Leon Debaughn said, “This was a representation of how we felt, literally falling with no sense of direction, trying to move forward and accepting the impermanence of life.”

“This will be a first for us as we don’t have the chance to play ‘Falling’ live, so it will be a special moment to play it to an audience that has been on it” added vocalist Phil Slabber.

‘Falling’ follows the trio’s euphoric track ‘ Language’ which 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.”

Last month, Crooked Colours tapped acclaimed deep house DJ SNBRN for an incredible remix of ‘Love Language’ which received praise across the board with Billboard stating “the edit adds thickness, depth and serious vibe to the indie leaning track” and Out Now saying the remix “takes the fans into a magical adventure with some hot dance vibes.” As if that weren’t enough, the remix reached #1 on Hype Machine’s popular chart days after its release.

Crooked Colours have quickly earned applause as one of Australia’s hottest new electronic acts, scoring over 100 million worldwide streams thus far with a series of increasingly popular tracks – including the breakthrough single, ‘Flow’ – and show-stealing festival around the globe. Acclaimed by triple j for “expanding their spellbinding sonic world,” LANGATA, the band’s 2019 sophomore album, hit #1 on the Dance Albums Chart as well as top 10 on the overall ARIA Albums Chart, fueled in by tracks like ‘Do It Like You,’ ‘I’ll Be There,’ and ‘Never Dance Alone (. Ladyhawke).’

Recently, the band spent over a year touring around the world and playing massive sold-out shows throughout North America as well as breakout performances at festivals such as Bonnaroo, Firefly, Electric Forest, Life Is Beautiful, CRSSD and more. This past , while on the road with fellow Australian band RÜFÜS DU SOL, the band put their touring on pause in order to ensure the safety of their fans and crew. The band is looking forward to touring again and playing rescheduled dates at Mirage in New York, Red Rocks Amphitheatre in Denver and festivals such as Outside Lands and Lightning In A Bottle, and shows across Melbourne, Brisbane, and Sydney’s iconic Hordern Pavillion next March.


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 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.

Crooked Colours have spent quarantine back in Fremantle, Western Australia to focus on creating new music. Stay for more exciting releases from the rising band.



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