Brilliant Colors

About Brilliant Colors

Brilliant Colors' gritty indie pop sound, rooted in old-school New Zealand-based indie pop acts like the Chills and the Bats, grew out of lead singer Jess Scott's bedroom recordings. Brilliant Colors' self-titled debut, a four-track 7" EP, was released on Make-a-Mess Records in early 2009. A 7" single, "Highly Evolved"/"Takes So Little," came out on Captured Tracks later that year. The group's debut full-length album, the appropriately titled Introducing, was released on Slumberland Records that fall. After releasing two singles and half a split single in 2010, Brilliant Colors released their second album, Again and Again, in the summer of 2011. ~ Tim Sendra

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