Broken Colours play a blend of indie, funk and rock, touring the UK and abroad, including memorable shows in Denmark and Italy.
After taking the winners spot at London’s ‘Be On The Scene’ contest, Broken Colours released their debut EP ‘Butterflies and Compromises’, which included the track ‘Snakes and Ladders’, later featured in the movie ‘Soundtrack To Sixteen’.
The band’s second and self-titled EP gave the band their first chart success, just shy of reaching the top 50 on iTunes’ alternative charts.
Festival appearances at ‘Camden Rocks’ and ‘The Great Escape’ and playing support for artists such as Feeder, Carl Barat, The Feeling, The Blockheads and Charlotte Hatherley, among others, as helped grow their appeal and fanbase.
Nominated by BBC Introducing and RTE Ireland for Best Indie Pop act via the online radio awards, Broken Colours plan more releases and a tour for 2023.
“They’re just so difficult to resist, besides the fact that their sound rings bells with scrupulous indie rock devotees. Powered by their rock roots bestrewed with a dose of classic alternative lush, Tony Goff & The Broken Colours deliver an orderly reinvention of contemporary rock dicta.” – Unxigned.com
“The Buckinghamshire based rockers blend a vibrant mix of styles together to craft their own unique and invigoratingly uplifting sound – fusing together a solid Indie Rock sound with elements of Funk and Soul” – LiveALittleLouder.co.uk