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The Mixed-Tape | Jennifer Evans – Colours of Bruises


In this edition of T.L.M.T’s song of the week feature The Mixed-Tape we turn our attention to Jennifer Evans and her brand new single ‘Colours of Bruises’.

Taken from the artist’s forthcoming debut album Works From the Dip and Foul, ‘Colours of Bruises’ is a rhythmically rich track that jolts with percussion and sways with melody.

A piece centred around frantic and abrupt changes in structure the irrepressible inventiveness of Jennifer Evans’ sound comes to the fore within this genre melding five minutes of music.

Indeed, with so much going on sonically and stylistically the fact that Evans pulls these interchanging elements together in such a cohesive and natural way is impressive on every level.

Built around a the musicians’ swaggering vocal, the production of ‘Colours of Bruises’ moves quickly through echoing passages of open space and up-close immediate sections that pop and click with harmony.

Imbued with a palpable pace and held by an ever-evolving sound that is defined and singular, Jennifer Evans new single is an exciting glimpse into the artist’s debut L.P.

It is for these reasons that ‘Colours of Bruises’ by Jennifer Evans is this week’s addition to The Mixed-Tape. The song’s parent album Works From the Dip and Foul is due out on November 14th via Delphi Label.

To read previous additions to the feature click here or you can listen to all the tracks via our Spotify playlist

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