LA-based duo Thunder Jackson gives us color porn in their new video “Colours” – a visually explosive video that radiates neon spectrums and acid wash shades, that immediately sucks you into the screen. The song is an explosive synthpop where the wave-y samples and battering beats fly into your brain, bringing a combination of booming hooks and zealous rush. Watch below:
In regards to the track, the pair explained, “‘Man needs colour to live; it’s just as necessary an element as fire and water.’ – Fernand Leger. Moments of transcendence can be fleeting, full of shadows and shade, truths and non truths. Forget to dream and day to day life can seem muted. Stay limitless. Stay neon.”
“Colours” is the follow up of the duo’s debut single “Guilty Party.” They are currently working on their debut record, which will be out soon.
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