Artist-Tony Goff and The Broken Colours
Genre- Alt Rock
High Wycombe based Alt Rockers ‘Tony Goff and The Broken Colours’ release their second and self titled E.p on the 31st March through Phonik and published by 1980 publishing and its a refreshing little slice of music heaven.
Throwback to the nineties when you were living the park life or planning a disco in 2000, and you may get where you are heading with ‘Tony Goff And The Broken Colours’ with their alt rock/pop sound that is a refreshing blast to your ears.
On offer we have a four track slice of alt heaven with some great lyrics fused together with fine muscianship that boasts a little sprinkling of the nineties and a whole jar of orginality and new upbeat sounds that will have you heart pumping and your head thumping
Opener ‘Hard Shoulder’ is a mid/fast tempo little cracker with great vocals and chorus which will have you foot tapping and chanting ‘Something For The Ladies, Something For The Boys’ a great little guitar solo toward the back end of the track helps keep the tempo.
Straight into the much slower paced but equally impressive and probably the stand out track ‘Losing Hope’ which is a more ballad ‘esque track with great lyrics and features a mighty fine duet with the talented and gorgeous ‘Alexandra P Jade Stowe’ a killer track and a massive hit in the making.
The acoustic driven ‘Hermit’ is a great way to follow up ‘Losing Hope’ which features some great vocal work by ‘Tony Goff’ as he emotionally makes his way through verse and chorus accompanied by a fine and equally emotionally charged backing track which ends just as it starts with the fading acoustic guitars.