Colour Tongues hits the stage at Fernando’s Pub to kick off its 2020 Western Canada tour. (Colour Tongues)

Indie rockers Colour Tongues to kick off Western Canada tour in Kelowna

The band is set to take the stage at Fernando’s Pub on Feb. 6

Vancouver-based indie rock band Colour Tongues is kicking off its upcoming tour in Kelowna at Fernando’s Pub on Feb. 6.

The Western Canadian tour, promoting their upcoming release ‘Control,’ will throw audiences into the sonic deep-end, bridging indie and progressive rock into a sound easily admired for its intricate guitar tapping and complex rhythmic arrangements.

“But it’s still for ears that just want to rock out and enjoy the slopes,” said Dan Lavergne, the band’s bassist.

View this post on Instagram

More dates added!!

A post shared by Colour Tongues (@colour_tongues) on

Colour Tongues is made up of Graeme Meekison, Brisbane-born James Challis, Winnipeg-native Lavergne, and Toronto-born Dave Taylor.

“There are two places we feel the most alive; the studio, and the road,” said Taylor. “Being able to do both in that order is an honour and a privilege.”

‘Control’ will be released on February 21st, followed by a music video soon after.

For a sneak peek at the new track, check out Colour Tongue’s upcoming tour promo video here.


@michaelrdrguez
michael.rodriguez@kelownacapnews.com

Like us on Facebook and follow us on Twitter.

Get local stories you won't find anywhere else right to your inbox.
Sign up here

Just Posted

RCMP, firefighters rally in support for health care workers in Kelowna

Pandosy Street was packed with supporters Saturday night

Kelowna RCMP plan mini parade past KGH to recognize health care workers

Kelowna officers will flash lights and sounds both Saturday and Sunday night

Perry and Stanley awarded top UBC Okanagan rookies

The volleyball star and soccer star won the prize over Heat’s virtual awards banquet

Interior Health officials outline pandemic response in virtual town hall

Kelowna-Lake County MLA Norm Letnick moderates digital discussion, Q&A with Interior Health leadership

Second Vernon-area high school exposed to COVID-19

Kalamalka Secondary School staff, students urged to self-isolate if showing symptoms

B.C. is seeing the highest rate of COVID-19 recovery in Canada, and there’s a few reasons why

British Columbia was one of the first to see rise in COVID-19 cases, and has also switched up testing

No hesitation; two bystanders assist in South Okanagan house fire rescue

“I’d do it for anybody,” says Penticton man after assisting in house fire rescue

WATCH: Okanagan producer treats neighbours to live music from safe distance

Neighbours practiced social distancing as Jeff Johnson played songs from his front steps

Sewers stitch masks to free up supplies for front-line health-care workers

“We have little old ladies sewing up a storm,” said Joan Davis

Experts weigh in on best handling of groceries during COVID-19 pandemic

Study suggests the virus can live for up to 24 hours on cardboard and up to three days on plastic

COVID-19 world update: Enforceable quarantine in NYC?; France orders 1 billion masks

Spain warns EU’s future at stake; New York governor calls Trump’s idea ‘federal declaration of war

Earth Hour 2020 kicks off online Saturday night

Action moves online due to COVID-19

Okanagan woman baking for those in need amid COVID-19

Vernon’s Crystal Hedlund launched a GoFundMe page to generate funds for baking materials

Okanagan distillery hands out thousands of sanitizer bottles, needs help in COVID-19 fight

Okanagan Springs is donating hand sanitizer to help fill COVID-induced shortages

Most Read