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  • Vasili Papathanasopoulos


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Adelaide’s colourblind are roaring into 2021 with the release of their new single, Changing Seasons. The band are also making their return to the stage, performing release shows in Brisbane and Adelaide next month.

Bringing their particular brand of alt-emo to the track, the contemplative Changing Seasons navigates the uneasiness of drastic relationship and personal upheaval, whilst also learning to adapt and accept the natural ebb and flow of life. Complete with glimmering guitars, ethereal harmonies and a nod to Oasis in the verses, the honest song is a shining release from the four-piece.

Accompanied by a dimly neon lit visual, the songs music video was filmed overnight, building up to a closing scene where frontman Finn Cameron shaves his head as the sun came up. Speaking of the visual, Cameron shares: “We wanted to be reasonably naff in some parts of the video, literally having seasons change throughout the clip, which required a snow machine and a bunch of fake leaves. The snow machine is similar to a smoke machine, but instead shot out small bits of foam that quickly melted. The floor was completely saturated after each take and the camera was getting so wet so we had to wrap it in about five plastic bags to avoid damage. I’m sure Jayden (Crossing, Guitar) was screaming internally as liquid snow saturated his shed and bed, but props to him for turning a blind eye.”

Changing Seasons is out now! Watch the music video below.


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