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Color War releases video for 'SOS'

We alaways welcome good videos here at The Deli. We highlighted Brooklyn darkwave duo Color War a few weeks ago, after they announced debut album "It Could Only Be This Way," out in March. The two are actually both visual artists so it's no surprise they came up with a stunning video for single "SOS" - check it out below.

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Electro NYC duo Color War announces debut album "It Could Only Be This Way"

With the release of teutonically sober single "SOS" (streaming) Brooklyn electro duo Color War is announcing the release of their debut album "It Could Only Be This Way," scheduled for March 2014. There's something reminiscent of (very) early Simple Minds in these guys' compositions, in the melodies and sometimes even in the use of the electronic arpeggiators. Hopefully the band won't hate us for saying this, since Jim Kerr's band ended up becoming one of the symbols of cheesy late 80s arena rock. But their first 3-4 albums (unknown to the masses) kick asses and sound incredibly original. Besides, I'm sure they wouln't mind a career as long and rewarding as theirs...

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Electro-Dream-Pop from NYC: Color War

Dream pop met 80’s electronic revival and became the Brooklyn based duo Color War. Lindsay Mound’s sweetly spacy vocals keep the mood dreamy, and Billy J's inimalist beats and electronic arpeggiators give the sound a "technical" edge while moving the music forward. This is a softer side of electro pop that favors simplicity and clarity of sound over layered synthesizers and full-bodied noise. Color War has a few songs available online in "The Prismatic Collection," including a cover of Lee Hazelwood’s “Some Velvet Morning,” and are currently busy writing the soundtrack for the film "Night and a Switchblade" by director Ben Finer. – Lucy Sherman

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