Find The Colour, for all it's critics, becomes the fourth Comfort In Sound track to get the Single treatment, following in the footsteps of Come Back Around, Just The Way Im Feeling and Forget About Tomorrow.
The announcement that FTC was to be the band's next release came out of the blue, with the big rumour being that Comfort In Sound was to be the fourth and final release from the album. Were guessing the release of CiS as a stand-alone single has been pushed back to Decemeber, it's got a Christmasy flavour to it afterall and it will probably accompany the band's breif UK Tour at the end of the year.
So in the meantime, they release this, a 1CD, 1vinyl Single Release of Find The Colour, in favour of the usual 2CD 1DVD. And to be fair, we're not too thrilled with it. Find The Colour is probably, if not the weakest song from the album and despite everyone screaming out for a release of Love Pollution, Echo opted to go for the one definitive pop-track of Comfort In Sound, furthering the trend of promoting music that feels right at home in the UK Singles Chart.
We're not going to go into wether that's good or bad, but just view our opinions on the song itself, and they're not good. Find The Colour is a bland and repetitive track, saved only by another album-inclusion-quality B-Side: Remember The Silence. Circles is kind of a weird mix between Child In You and Polythene which were unsure of, and although we love the set and lighting effects in the Find The Colour video, we think the fact the band performed to Godzilla really shows, and what you end up with is Grant and Taka going ballistic with their guitars accompanying some really rather mellow music.