Acclaimed Australian indie-dance trio Crooked Colours have released their latest irresistible single No Sleep – available now. The electric new track combines elements of indie, house, and pop highlighted by lead singer Phil Slabber’s signature vocals alongside the trio’s iconic seductive indietronica production.
“We’ve always tried to meld emotional lyric content with dance production ideas and ‘No Sleep’ is a perfect example of that,” lead singer Phil Slabber shares. “At the heart of it, the song is about someone who treated a relationship with a sort of arrogant nonchalance and didn’t truly appreciate it until it’s too late. It serves as a reminder to hold on to the good things we have and to not take them for granted.”
Crooked Colours have quickly earned applause as one of Australia’s hottest new electronic acts, scoring over 200 million worldwide streams thus far with a series of increasingly popular tracks – including the recent singles Falling and Love Language as well as their breakthrough single, Flow – and show-stealing festival performances around the globe.