Video: Watch New Track from Orange Yellow Red


Track culled from new album, released this week via Saint Marie.

 By Blurt Staff

 Orange Yellow Red came into existence with the demo of the track “All The Hopes.” Sounding almost like a more concise Cocteau Twins, being produced by Brian Wilson, it’s every inch the classic 3-minute pop single. The track was immediately picked up by Invada Records (run by Geoff Barrow of Portishead) and was released on the label’s 2008 compilation The Secret Garden Vol. 1&#8242.

A 100 year old converted train carriage sits on a desolate beach spit on the South Coast of the UK. The Isle of Wight is just visible, in the distance across the water. This is where Philip, Emma and Ross of Orange Yellow Red live and where they recorded their debut album, A Rose Made Of Galaxies; 10 tracks of gorgeous, sparkling, melancholic guitar pop.

A Rose Made Of Galaxies is out this week, November 19th, on Saint Marie Records. Check out a key track, “We Ran,” via this cool, gauzy, shoegazey, sexy video.

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