CHROMATICS’ New 7:00 Documentary Of Their California Tour Makes Me Wish I Was A Member Of CHROMATICS

by • November 7, 2011 • Music, VideoComments (0)958

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2011 is definitely shaping up to be the year of CHROMATICS, and 2012 could easily belong to them as well with the highly anticipated release of their first full length album in five years entitled Kill For Love which will be available in January via their label Italians Do It Better.  The band is deservedly on fire these days, thanks in part to the massive success of their appearance on the soundtrack to the critically acclaimed film Drive starring Ryan Gosling and directed by Nicolas Winding Refn.  CHROMATICS recently released the title track to their upcoming album and you can check it out in the first of the two links below (it’s gorgeous by the way), and equally as delicious is this brand new 7:00 pocket documentary of their recent California tour with Glass Candy.  The doc was shot by their immensely talented director Alberto Rossini and features the highly addictive and highly danceable track “Warm In The Winter” courtesy of Glass Candy.  So GOOD!!!  You can follow CHROMATICS on MySpace, Facebook, as well as their label’s website by CLICKING HERE.  You can also follow Glass Candy on MySpace and Facebook.

SEE ALSO: CHROMATICS Release Title Track From Their Upcoming Full Length Album “Kill For Love” Due January 2012
SEE ALSO: “Drive” Is One Of The Best Movies Of The Year (And The Music Is Pretty Damn Amazing Too)

Source: CHROMATICS on Facebook
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