London quartet Colouring have shared a new single called “Time.” The track will appear on their forthcoming full-length debut, to be released by Interscope Records later this year.
“Time” marks Colouring’s first release since their acclaimed 2017 EP, Heathen. With its immaculate production and undeniable hooks, the song effortlessly blends bright melody, crisp beats, and bittersweet vocals.
Earlier this week, Colouring announced dates for their upcoming U.S. tour. Having completed a North American run with The 1975 last year, the band has previously toured with artists like LANY and The Japanese House as well.
Released last August, Heathen gained acclaim from NPR, who lauded its “lush, romantic soundscapes” and noted that, in the EP’s title track, “everything seems to bloom.” One of Colouring’s biggest singles to date, “Heathen” has amassed over 2.1 million streams on Spotify so far. The Heathen EP also featured singles like “White Whale,” a track co-produced by George Daniel of The 1975.