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Colour of Fire

Colour of Fire

Colour of Fire


Colour of Fire were a rock band from York, UK. They were signed to Riverman Music, PIAS in Europe and King Records in Japan. They formed in 2002, taking their name from a Boards Of Canada song and had early UK-only single releases Decisions Decisions and Cut It both just sneaked into the UK top 100. Their 2004 debut album, Pearl Necklace, was highly praised both in UK music press and online, and helped to expand the group's international fanbase. Read more on Last.fm
Colour of Fire were a rock band from York, UK. They were signed to Riverman Music, PIAS in Europe and King Records in Japan. They formed in 2002, taking their name from a Boards Of Canada song and had early UK-only single releases Decisions Decisions and Cut It both just sneaked into the UK top 100. Their 2004 debut album, Pearl Necklace, was highly praised both in UK music press and online, and helped to expand the group's international fanbase. Despite supporting acts such as Idlewild, Biffy Clyro, Silverchair and Placebo and playing festivals in Japan and Europe in 2003-2004, the quartet's album did not perform as well as they had hoped for. Single releases following the album's launch included download-only Italics, The Exile EP and A Pearl Necklace For Her Majesty. Bass player Thom Craigen left the band to pursue other interests in early 2005, and was replaced by the band's guitar technician, Mike Newsham. However, following a short European tour, Colour of Fire split after playing Download Festival in 2005. Band members: Owen Richards (guitar, vocals) Stuart Jones (guitar, vocals) Matt Lunn (drums) Thom Craigen (bass 2002-2005) Mike Newsham (bass - 2005) Where are they now: Singer Owen went on to form Leeds based Grammatics, whilst drummer Matt Lunn worked with Placebo and Shed Seven's Rick Witter, as well as joining Yorkie electro outfit The Officers.

Bassist Thom continues to write and play with new band, Modern Day Chicane. Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
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