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Essex based four piece Youth Club are high on everyone’s radar as it is so let’s skip the boring introductions and get straight into explaining this great new term you’re going to be hearing so much about…’tropical pop’.

Youth Club’s Colours EP is the perfect example of tropical pop. It’s not the soundtrack to losing your shoes/wallet/phone/dignity at a summer rave in a secret field somewhere off the coast of no man’s land nor is it background music for those great summer days when you plan a day trip to the beach but get stuck in the car with a flask of tea because let’s face it this isn’t the Bahamas and now you’ve just wasted sixty quid on some high fashion sunglasses no one will ever see.

Colours encapsulates the feeling when you arrive at a mate’s barbeque and discover they’ve hired a professional cocktail maker who specialises in your favourite drink, oh and they’ve already covered the cost…nice one! Due for release April 28th, Colours is set to be your favourite cocktail (see what we did there?) of laidback, upbeat, summery anthems that will keep you warm well into winter.