Meet Talk Time, an experimental pop band from So-Cal. Their new song, "Colors," revels in the personal choices we make that echo throughout our lives.
Talk Time, made up of Edson Choi, Mike Nissen, Andrew Smith, Derek Howa, and John Ransom Tucker, got together in a warehouse in the Lincoln Heights neighborhood of East L.A.
While writing new material, Talk Time came to the attention of producer/engineer Math Bishop, who has worked with U2, The Killers, Two Door Cinema Club, and Silversun Pickups. Liking what he was hearing, Bishop came onboard to co-produce a bundle of unreleased tracks, which the band will premiere over the next year.
"Colors" is full of yacht rock radiance and electro-pop flavors, and all merge together to create an infectious rhythm. Soft guitars and sheens of color give depth to the track, and the synths infuse the tune with upbeat energy. The lyrics tell the tale of a man searching for meaning, with him realizing that he needs "to wake up" and take control of his existence. Talk Time projects tantalizing vibes, glistening harmonies, and a fresh, infectious sound, and are definitely an upcoming artist to watch.
Randy Radic is a Left Coast author and writer. Author of numerous true crime books written under the pen-name of John Lee Brook. Former music contributor at Huff Post.
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