Pendulum are back with their new single 'Watercolour' and it picks up right where their last release, 'In Silico' left off.
'Watercolour' is all electronic fuzz and heavy pulsating beats with some extremely catchy riffs thrown in. The song starts with an eerie heart monitor sound before slowing down to reveal some melodic keys and soaring vocals from Rob Swire. 'Watercolour' then comes bursting to life with some signature drum and bass sounds, pounding beats, low buzzing basslines and memorable synthesised riffs. The vocal motif of "feed the fire / break your vision / throw your fist up / come on with me" will surely have you singing along in no time. The song then slows down again and features some spectrally distorted vocals before climaxing with another barrage of energy and electronics
It's a huge lead single and will surely have people in rock clubs as well as dance clubs bouncing up and down, and all in all isn't that what a cross over act wants?