Hailing from High Wycombe, UK, Broken Colours are here to entertain you with their captivating blend of funk and rock.
Broken Colours – ‘One Day’
Formerly known as Tony Goff and the Broken Colours, this band has been dazzling audiences since 2013, reaching many remarkable milestones along the way, including getting to the winner’s spot in London’s ‘Be On The Scene’ contest, having their melody ‘Snakes and Ladders’ featured in the film ‘Soundtrack to Sixteen’, and their self-titled EP received chart success.
In an almost therapeutic way, their new tune, One Day, was written as an inspirational ode to keeping moving forward even during the most challenging moments. Diving further into this, Tony says:
“I wrote this song about my life in general, about achieving your goals, growth, and hope. It’s kinda a reminder to keep on going through those tough times.”
Broken Colours have always been a band that thrives due to its enjoyable and chill sound, and One Day is no exception to this, bringing their A-game to this track with steady drums, an enchanting baseline, groovy chords, and especially its stirring horn section which reaches a euphoric peak during the awe-inspiring chorus.
“One Day is an anthem for positivity.”
In their ten years of experience as a band, Broken Colours had the opportunity of touring all over Europe, leaving a long-lasting impression in countries like Italy, Denmark, and of course, the United Kingdom.
If you want to see by yourself what these lads are capable of, don’t miss the opportunity to catch them live on any of the upcoming dates listed below:
- May 26th – Lechlade Festival 2023 at Riverside Park.
- June 7th – Along with Toby Jepson at The Hop Kettle, Cirencester.
- July 21st – The Willow Festival 2023 at Peterborough Embankment.
- September 16th – High Wycombe Cricket Club.
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