Uxbridge indie-popsters Colour Me Wednesday are the young and angry musicians the Guardian says don’t exist anymore. Their hook-laden material explores experiences of SAD and depression, as well as outlining their vegan, feminist, anti-capitalist politics – all through timeless pop structures, infectious melodies, and backed up by a fearsome DIY punk ethic.
Colour Me Wednesday have played throughout the UK, as well as touring the US and Europe, picking up new fans at both New York Pop Fest and Madrid Pop Fest. They’re also the darlings of the light-railway-centred festival set, having played Indietracks twice, to wild acclaim.
Colour Me Wednesday; fronted by the Doveton sisters alongside Jaca Freer and Laura Ankles; hand-print t-shirts, self release records, and make music videos through creative collective/extended family Dovetown. They’ve already seized the means of production, and they’re gonna seize your ears next.”