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All The Colours Down Tools On Joshua Tree Made Second Album

by Paul Cashmere on August 2, 2015

in New Music,News

Melbourne’s All The Colours have completed work on their second album recorded in the USA at Rancho De La Luna at Joshua Tree in California.

All The Colours have christened the second album ‘Vol 2’.

The band spend one week at the legendary studio where Foo Fighters, Queens of the Stone Age and Arctic Monkeys have recorded.

All The Colours have released a taste of the album with the track ‘Zombie Computer Brain Apocalypse’. According to drummer Jono Toogood, “The song was recorded on the last day of our studio session after a final super of sorts prepared by the studios residing caretaker ‘Hutch’, who also happens to be the sound engineer for Queens Of The Stone Age and Jack White. Hutch prepared us one of the biggest breakfasts you have ever seen and went on to explain how we were sitting in the same seats eating the same breakfast as the likes QOTSA, PJ Harvey, Arctic Monkeys, Jack White and many more, and that this was our induction”.

All The Colours ‘Vol. 2’ will be released on September 25, 2015.

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