Canadian skatepunk unit Colorsfade has revealed the music video for “Obedience”, a song off of their debut LP “In Real Time”. The video, filmed and edited by Julien Vallée, is comprised of tour footage shot during the band’s latest Quebec tour with label mates Wolfrik, check it out below.
“In Real Time” was recorded, mixed and mastered by Vincent Côté and released last year via Thousand Islands Records. It’s available via most digital stores and on CD right HERE.
Hailing from Gatineau, Canada, Colorsfade has been around since 2015, but carry an impressive pedigree with members issued from bands that was active 20 years ago. After self-releasing their debut EP “State Of Mind” in 2015, the band joined Thousand Islands Records the following year for the release of Scream In Silence, a three track EP that left the fans eagerly wanting for more. It’s not until 2018 that a debut full-length album saw light of day, skatepunk fans from around the world were left speechless the moment In Real Time hit the streets. The album received many praises and ended up on multiple “Best Albums Of The Year” lists. Since the release the band has shared the stage with bands such as Good Riddance, Ten Foot Pole, Belvedere, The Fullblast and Ignite, just to name a few. With a sound halfway between skatepunk and metal, Colorsfade is frequently compared to Strung Out, MUTE and Implants.
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