Chromatic terrains wrap prismatic shoegaze on Polychrome’s ‘Dreaming About You’

East-London-based Polychrome, who channel the spirit of Cocteau Twins with the electronic ecstasy of M83, are made up of Oliver of The Bronze Medallists and Victoria of Victoria and Jacob. Victoria and Jacob have been championed by the likes of NME, Time Out, The Line of Best Fit, Uncut and DIY to name a few, and have also supported The Mystery Jets, Com Truise, Daughter, and Katy B. Oliver, frontman of indie electronica band Bronze Medallists (also solo performer/activist Olly the Octopus AKA ‘Boris Johnson’s Nemesis’ – City AM), has worked with the likes of Lucy Rose, Mt Wolf, L.A. Salami, and been supported by Radio 1, Radio X, Radio 2, and 6music to name a few.

Polychrome now release “Dreaming About You”, off the upcoming self-titled debut album ‘Polychrome’. With it’s warm, thick synths, the new single paints a prismatic terrain and allows us to explore more of the expansive, hued landscape of the album. It opens with high-end, dreamy frequencies, and when the bass, percussion, and both Victoria and Oliver’s vocals join it’s an interlacing marriage that makes heads bob.

‘Well it’s a little embarrassing to tell the truth about this song, but it’s sort of a love song to Ryan Gosling… We were goofing around in the studio, Olly was teasing me about my crush on him, pretending to be him singing a song to me, and so I started singing along. Pretty soon we had the whole song and when we listened to it back on our Dictaphone we thought, this is actually pretty catchy! And so it became ‘Dreaming About you’, for you Ryan, if your listening ;)’ – Victoria

Victoria studied Creative Music Tech in Cambridge and has contributed a large amount of the production on the album. Victoria feels that there is still a long way to go for women in the music industry; she wants to inspire more young women to get into production and engineering roles since these are typically male-dominated.