Colours (2012) Their VH1-approved single "Free" makes Graffiti6 sound like Bruno Mars crooning over a Script outtake; the U.K. collective would prefer you thought of them as… 2012-01-24 Graffiti6 Pop Capitol
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Colours (2012)

FULL OF 'COLOUR' The U.K. duo turn in a debut filled with solid beats
FULL OF 'COLOUR' The U.K. duo turn in a debut filled with solid beats
EW's GRADE
B

Details Release Date: Jan 24, 2012; Lead Performance: Graffiti6; Genre: Pop; Production: Capitol

Their VH1-approved single ''Free'' makes Graffiti6 sound like Bruno Mars crooning over a Script outtake; the U.K. collective would prefer you thought of them as heirs to the Gorillaz 
art-pop throne. Swirling debut Colours actually sits somewhere in between, gently pushing their layered folktronica into a gauze-funk future. Ditch languid yoga jams like ''Calm the Storm'' 
 and skip straight to the kaleidoscopic beat tornadoes ''Stare Into the Sun'' and ''Stop Mary.'' B

Best Tracks:
Spry Stare Into the Sun
Fuzzy Lay Me Down
Originally posted Jan 18, 2012 Published in issue #1191 Jan 27, 2012 Order article reprints