With a name as simple as Colours, you’d think it’d be easy to track the as yet unsigned indie rockers down but with a name almost as vague and non-Google friendly as Friends, I have to say it took me a while, but trust me when I say it was worth it.

Opening the EP with title track 'Drip Haze', it’s all moody bass lines contrasted with perkier drums that nod slightly towards Yuck at their least grungy and most melancholic. Colours signature low-fi vocal is difficult to pick up or focus on but when it’s contorted around six minutes of teenage angst (but in a good; ’I have a lot of feelings so I’ll write me a song and stop moaning’ way, not ‘I’ll rob me some trainers because I feel oppressed’ kind of way), in the grand scheme of things, it doesn’t really matter.

Feeling much less moody by now, final track 'Missing' bucks the trend of the EP, feeling lighter by comparison to its counterparts, considerably more upbeat yet still maintaining the greyer outlook of the rest of the EP. Listening to 'Missing', it’s easy to hear the possibility of Colours having been influenced by bands like Caribou in order to hone their craft to find that just right balance of guitars, haze and rhythmic aggression.