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Performer: Secret Colours
Title: Positive Distractions
Country: US
Released: 2014
Rating: 4.7
Votes: 712
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Secret Colours have capture all that and more, conjuring strolling melodies that sit brightly, rather than tucked away in the corner, and certainly different than one would expect after hearing their previous melodies, which were much more suited for the layered atmospheric effects of lingering late into the night. I suppose I’m both surprised and a bit taken back at the same time, as I was dearly hoping for more of the smoke laden reverb and dysphoric adventures. It’s one thing to be influenced by nostalgic classics, it’s quite another to be defined by them.

Positive Distractions Part I. 5 years ago 5 years ago. Psychedelic Rock. Positive Distractions Part I (2014) Mixed and recorded by Dan Duszynski at DandySounds. Album release date: 4 February 2014.

from Positive Distractions Full Album by Secret Colours. 150 gram, Includes full Digital Download Card Inside Package Includes unlimited streaming of Positive Distractions Full Album via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more. Positive Distractions Cassette Tape. Cassette + Digital Album. High Quality Cassette Tape, Includes full Album Download Card Inside Package Includes unlimited streaming of Positive Distractions Full Album via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more.

BPM Profile Positive Distractions. Album starts at 126BPM, ends at 90BPM (-36), with tempos within the -BPM range. Try refreshing the page if dots are missing). Recent albums by Secret Colours.

Positive Distractions. Secret Colours are a 4-piece band from Chicago, IL, but their influences are rooted closer to the UK. As a band they grew up listening to early 90's British music: Blur, The Stone Roses, Oasis. There's small traces of the Inspiral Carpets in there too, with their psychedelic organs and ability to create alternative rock with a clear pop-sensibility. Don't mistake them for simply an 'indie' band though, for Secret Colours make a heavier, meaner sound

Positive Distractions, 03:42.

Listen free to Secret Colours – Positive Distractions (City Slicker, It Can't Be Simple and more). Discover more music, concerts, videos, and pictures with the largest catalogue online at Last. Positive Distractions. Overview (current section). Secret Colours - Rotten Summer 04:12. Secret Colours - It Can't Be Simple 03:26. Secret Colours - Heavy & Steady 03:48. Secret Colours - Monster 03:06. Secret Colours - Get to the Sun 04:09. Secret Colours - City Slicker 03:29. Secret Colours - Positive Distractions 03:42. Secret Colours - I Know What You Want 03:11. Secret Colours - Mrs. Bell 03:47. Secret Colours - Into You 03:11. Secret Colours - Take It Slow 04:00. Secret Colours - Quite Like You 02:05.

Tracklist

City Slicker
It Can't Be Simple
Take It Slow
Monster
Get To The Sun
Rotten Summer
Into You
I Know What You Want
Mrs. Bell
Heavy & Steady
Quite Like You
Positive Distractions

Versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
2 Secret Colours Positive Distractions ‎(LP, Album) Not On Label (Secret Colours Self-released) 2 US 2014
none Secret Colours Positive Distractions ‎(CD, Album) Not On Label (Secret Colours Self-released) none US 2014
Reviews (1)
Runemane
If I could say just one thing about the Positive Distractions, the new release from the Chicago based neo-psych band, it’s that here, they manage to “bounce” ... harking back warm bygone days, days when “In The Summertime” by The Kinks dominated the AM airways, when there was both a hazy magic and a crispness to the songs. Secret Colours have capture all that and more, conjuring strolling melodies that sit brightly, rather than tucked away in the corner, and certainly different than one would expect after hearing their previous melodies, which were much more suited for the layered atmospheric effects of lingering late into the night. I suppose I’m both surprised and a bit taken back at the same time, as I was dearly hoping for more of the smoke laden reverb and dysphoric adventures ... however, Positive Distractions is just what it says it is, a positive distraction, positive pop, filled with more than competent original garage psych rock. And while it may not have been the step I was expecting, it’s certainly vibrant.It’s one thing to be influenced by nostalgic classics, it’s quite another to be defined by them ... Positive Distractions proves that a band can seamlessly weave what once was, with what now is, and come off sounding like they own what they do.Review by Jenell Kesler

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