After the release of their debut album, Vera, Crooked Colours brought the hype to Fat Controller for the Adelaide leg of their national tour. Following on from playing two sold out shows in Melbourne, big things were in store for Adelaide gig-goers.
Local band, Runaway Weekend, kicked things off for the night with a set of originals and covers, as the crowd started to grow in numbers. The tour support act Muto, got the electronic party started with his collection of remixes and original tracks, with the likes of Justin Timberlake thrown into the mix. By the end of Muto’s set, the place was well truly packed with the crowd geared up for Crooked Colours.
The Crooked Colours boys wasted no time in getting the show started, launching straight into their upbeat electro tracks, sending the crowd into a boogie frenzy. Their set featured mostly tracks from their Vera album, with the addition of some from their In Your Bones EP. Silky vocals from lead singer, Phil Slabber, cut through the intense electronic tunes to create the perfect chilled dance vibe. Halfway through the set, special guest, Ivan Ooze jumped up on stage for the vocals on his featured track ‘I Hope You Get It’ to get the crowed pumped.
The boys from Perth definitely made Fat Controller their home for the night, with a super fun and engaging show.
Crooked Colours finished off their national tour in Fremantle this weekend, and can be caught playing a number of shows on their upcoming UK and Europe tour.
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