Glastonbury 2009 24-28 June 

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 Colorama

Put forward for the BBC Introducing stage at Glastonbury by BBC Radio Cymru, Colorama come from Cardiff and play rather lovely alt-folk, sometimes sung in English, sometimes in Welsh. Their single Sound is out now on Redbrick Recordings.

This page is dedicated to David Fletcher, the double bass player from Colorama, who died suddenly in his sleep on Monday 29th June 2009. His fellow band members say, "David was a true musician and a dear friend. He will be deeply missed by everyone who was touched by his warmth, his humour and his talent."

Colorama performing on the BBC Introducing stage at Glastonbury 2009 

Set List

  • 1.Y Ddol
  • 2.Turnham Green
  • 3.Stations In The Sky
  • 4.Runaround
  • 5.Dere Mewn
  • 6....And Life Goes On
  • 7.Sound

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    • 1. At 5:42pm on 28 Jun 2009, jolicious wrote:

      Oh my God


      I am loving this Band i will buy there mini Album or Ep for sure.


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    • 2. At 02:49am on 29 Jun 2009, jeffzen wrote:

      brill fell on it watching clips from gl keep me informed

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    • 3. At 10:06am on 17 Jul 2009, 1nomadisback wrote:

      We saw colorama up at the park stage in the introducing stage just before Dead Weather came on the main park stage. Our sincere thoughts go out to the band and family members.

      The music was brilliant and reminded me of chilled spiritualized and my friend said you were sounded like a laid back Coral sound.
      Love
      Noel and Damon

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