Alt-rock band The Technicolors release new single ‘Nightvisions’ and announce Cinema Sublimina LP

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The Technicolors have returned with the release of their latest single “Nightvisions.’ The track is a psychedelic blend of retro rock and pop melding together to form a sultry, energetic groove that nods to 80’s new wave and dance-funk.

Along with unveiling ‘Nightvisions,’ the band has announced the release details for their forthcoming LP, Cinema Sublimina, which will be released on October 22, 2021. ‘Nightvisions’” will be accompanied on the album by the band’s leading singles ‘Howl’ and ‘Dress Up For You,’ which they released earlier this year. 

Brennan Smiley of The Technicolors shares that the song is “sort of a cacophony of synthetic city lights and moonlit escapism and it definitely tells more of a story than originally intended, which seems to be a common theme.”



Since introducing themselves in 2012, Arizona’s The Technicolors have woven a luminous sonic tapestry of fuzz-fueled riffs existing somewhere between the gloomy echoes of 90’s Britpop and the snake-charmed stars of the Sonoran desert. The band’s vast and diverse catalog is highlighted by a slew of critically-praised singles, including: “Space Cadet,” “’Tonight You Are Mine,’ ‘Neon Roses,’ and ‘Songbird.’


The band has been fortunate to share the stage with an impressive roster of genre-spanning artists including Matt Maeson, The Maine, Turnover, The Wrecks and Psychedelic Furs.


Be sure to check out the official visualizer for ‘Nightvisions,’ and stream the new single on DSPs everywhere. The forthcoming album, Cinema Sublimina, will be available worldwide on October 22nd of this year. 


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