Today New York-based art-pop duo Color Film share the video for their new song “Small Town.” The track appears on Color Film’s upcoming debut album Living Arrangements, due out June 16 on Epitaph.
Formed in 2012, Color Film features Richard Penzone and Daryl Palumbo (also the frontman for Glassjaw and Head Automatica). After getting together for a series of live dates six years ago, the two musicians discovered a powerful creative chemistry and ended up writing four albums’ worth of songs within a month.
“We were just trying to write as much material as possible, because it was clear that we were capturing something that doesn’t come along more than once in a lifetime,” says Penzone.
The first product of that creative explosion, Living Arrangements finds Color Film drawing from their mutual love of sonically innovative records within the worlds of post-punk, art rock, and new wave. Artistically ambitious but driven by a certain pop sensibility, the album marks a major departure for both musicians.
“We were both representing when artists we loved were coming into their own a little bit and exploring ideas in a sophisticated, sexy way,” says Palumbo of the inspiration behind Living Arrangements.
TRACKLIST FOR LIVING ARRANGEMENTS:
1. We’d Kill Each Other
2. Small Town
3. Crawling in Circles
4. Restless Summer
5. I Need A Parasite
6. Ambush Bug
7. Bass In 7
8. 52 Minds
9. Even If It Did Exist
10. Springtime Of Our Love
11. Bad Saint
12. Day After Day
Pre-orders for Living Arrangements are available now at http://www.colorfilmmusic.com/.
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