Melbourne-based artist Antoine has shared his new single, Living In Colour. The track follows up the singers critically praised debut single One Time.
Taking influence from the culturally significant and viral monologue of Australian Aboriginal artist Meyne Wyatt, the track navigates and comments on the musicians own experiences with racism. “It just fell out of me, I felt it would make people understand the simplistic side of racism that’s constantly dealt with, rather than the back and forth arguments and debates online.” Antoine shares.
Growing up within a musical household, Antoine cites his parents as his biggest musical influences. His father is multi-instrumentalist who performs on stage, and his mother was also a back-up R&B vocalist in the ’80s. The singers debut single put him on the map, becoming widely embraced by Spotify, Apple Music, triple j, triple j Unearthed and Australian community radio.
Living In Colour is out now! Listen to the track below.