Germany hailing Felix Räuber delivers an emotive performance in his new single ‘Colors’ accompanied by a powerful video. Delving into sociopolitical topics within his lyricism, ‘Colors’ deals with the dependency of toxic relationships and domestic violence, topics that have gained a lot of attention during COVID-19. Being symbolically beaten up in the music video, Felix lets us into his own personal mental lows. His compelling concoction of genres includes a mix of neoclassical, electronic and pop, forging a stand-out sound enveloped by awe-inspiring messages.
With music running through his veins since he was young, Felix founded his first band at the age of 13. The band, Polarkeis 18, released their No. 1 hit ‘Allein Allein’ in 2008, which went on to attain multiple Gold & Platinum awards in Germany, becoming one of the most successful German-language songs of all time. His recent re-recording of the worldwide hit has garnered more than 3 million Spotify streams and his track ‘Après Minuit (feat. Schlindwein)’ has been featured in the Emmy-nominated ABC and Netflix-series ‘How To Get Away With Murder’. Going solo since 2018, Felix has forged his own unique sound, and with big plans for 2021, we can’t wait to hear what’s next.