Mosman Alder New Single ‘Colours’ & Upcoming Shows

Mosman AlderBrisbane six-piece Mosman Alder present ‘Colours’ the third single off their debut album “Humdrum Star” available now via Dew Process/Universal Music Australia ahead of some upcoming live shows in February and March.

Inspired by a conversation about the mystery of colour symbolism, ‘Colours’ is an ethereal ballad grounded by a tangible drumbeat and darker melodies and one of the more cryptic songs off the album.

“This was the last song written for the album. It’s a collective band favourite. I love the drums, they are like clockwork, like parts systematically clunking over inside a machine. I was in a bit of transitional period when writing this. There was a shift in my thinking towards life and the people around me. All for the better!.”
Jackson Muir from Mosman Alder on ‘Colours’

‘Colours’ follows previous tracks from the band’s highly acclaimed debut album “Humdrum Star” – the lyrically dark but ultimately uplifting ‘Germland (of Julien Charbonneau)’ and the dream-pop anthem ‘Try Your Luck’.

After supporting Courtney Barnett’s a sold out Brisbane show last October Mosman Alder wrapped up 2014 with a successful national tour and an appearance at the Byron Bay leg of The Falls Music & Arts Festival. They’ve previously toured with the likes of Father John Misty, Swerverdriver, Besnard Lakes, Big Scary and more.