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Mattresses Underwater - Colour Revolt - Colour Revolt (CD)

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  1. Colour Revolt is an American rock band from Oxford, Mississippi. Their long-awaited Plunder, Beg, and Curse was released in to mixed reviews. I read "Colour Revolt's name is derived from Edwin Abbott's 19th century social commentary, Flatland, an exploration of life in two dimensions/5(6).
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  3. Mar 23,  · Colour Revolt performing "Mattresses Underwater" during a reunion show held in the Fondren district of Jackson, MS (3/22/14). Musicians are: Jesse Coppenbarger (vocals, guitar), Sean Kirkpatrick.
  4. colour revolt "mattresses underwater" colour revolt performing "mattresses underwater" during a reunion show held in the fondren district of jackson ms 3 22 14 musicians are jesse coppenbarger vocals guitar sean kirkpatrick colour revolt mattresses underwater this is the oxford mississippi based band colour revolt performing mattresses underwater live at the spanish moon in baton rouge.
  5. Colour Revolt’s members first played together while they were high school students at Jackson Academy in Jackson, MS under the name Foxxe, then changing to Fletcher and releasing a.
  6. At the onset of our blossoming friendship, Colour Revolt’s criminally underrated album Plunder, Beg, and Curse was all I was listening to, for weeks on end. I had known of the band’s self-titled EP, which housed one of my favorite Revolt songs, the delicious “Mattresses Underwater.”.
  7. Colour Revolt, which, despite the British spelling in its name, is from Mississippi, begins its self-titled debut EP with "Blood in Your Mouth," a song that leads off with a Bob Dylan-style harmonica and an acoustic guitar to accompany Jesse Coppenbarger's throaty, expressive singing. Before long, however, the band has revved up behind the guitars of Jimmy Cajoleas and Sean Kirkpatrick, and.
  8. “Mattresses Underwater” hurtles itself to an obliteration of feedback-laden guitars and perfectly screamed vocals. “A New Family” combines the Radiohead mood of sullen guitars and keyboards (and even falsetto background vocals) with Colour Revolt ’s math-rock tendencies.
  9. "Colour Revolt's name is derived from Edwin Abbott's 19th century social commentary, Flatland, an exploration of life in two dimensions. But Colour Revolt is far from two-dimensional, eschewing Fletcher's familiar sonic assault of unorthodox song structures and time signatures for a more melancholic though equally guitar-driven aesthetic of the /5(6).

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