Colour Me Wednesday – ‘Anyone and Everyone’.

Colour Me Wednesday – London, England, United Kingdom.

‘Political Pop-Punk for Punks who Love Pop’


Cover photo credit: Aky Aky – Click Here.
(Above) Photo credit: Akbar Ali.

London lot Colour Me Wednesday have a sound very welcoming, yet also very different and standout, sat somewhere between Classic Punk and modern Indie-Pop.

The three piece (and often friends) have recently dropped their brand new EP, Anyone & Everyone via their own hard work and collaborations with Wiener Records in the US, KROD Records in France and French/English publicists, What Happened to Your Band?.

To date, this is the second EP alongside another, as well as a full length, showcasing a band well on their way up since their audio debut in 2013. Colour Me Wednesday carry a strong DIY socio-political ethic and determined mentality that has seen them play as far afoot as New York and other spots on the US East Coast, as well as collaborations with various independent labels along the way.

\\Anyone and Everyone//


Colour Me Wednesday are very vocally impressive, with the soft, playful and attention grabbing style, full of strongly accented English that implores you to listen from the first note, which works particularly well in track one, ‘Don’t Tell Anyone’ with it’s tale of self struggle and everything before and after.

There’s a playful contrast with the next track, ‘Two-Fifty For Your Girls’. Musically it employs an up-beat Indie/Folk/Punk leaning, with the increased tempo you were waiting for.

The line, ‘Your analysis is tired and old‘ is something that really sticks out and a perfect line I may have to borrow in use against people who’s manner may well be (is) exactly that.. Punk music, providing you with anti-everything one-liners since 1976.

If Colour Me Wednesday were a bratty 90’s Pop-Punk band, akin to 1000 Hours era Green Day, then ‘Horror Story’ would be their token song.

That may seem like a negative compliment, but it isn’t, stylistically that’s where you go and your happy when you get there. There’s also an ode to The Clash somewhere here, maybe not even in this track, rather the release in general, but it’s there.

‘I know that everyone , Wants to get the better of me – And they are welcome to
If it’s what they wanna do.  I’m gonna lose so much,  It’ll make you cry – And you’ll wonder why you even tried.’

‘Horror Story’ was leading to a slow orientated finish, then ‘In Your Shoes’ is that very finish. Softer and more dulcet, with tin-sound guitar’s gently floating around you head, the vocals as welcome and transfixing as ever and a Synth in the background is that relaxing addition you didn’t know you were craving.

Find everything colourful and Wednesday related below:

  • Facebook, Twitter and Tumblr.
  • For the bands music in it’s entirety, head to their bandcamp profile, where you can find hard-copies and merch.
  • For further hard-copies and downloads if you happen to be living in Europe, head to KROD Records bandcamp  – Here.
  • What Happened To Your Band? can be found – Here.
  • Due to popular demand Anyone & Everyone is now also available on Thursdays, with Monday and Tuesday in negotiation and Friday through-Sunday in the formative stages, with my terrible jokes available to order now and forever.



Matthew Speer

Matt has 2.1 BA in History and is most likely somewhere in his twenties. He enjoys a wide range of music, but has a strong penchant for Punk-Rock. Originally he hails from the Isle Of Wight off the South Coast of England, UK and spends most of his time around England's South-West.

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