Comprised of John Torres (guitar, bass, vocals, production) and Scott Packham (keyboards, synthesizers, programming, production), Color Fields is a two-piece Indie-Pop outfit from Bridgeport Connecticut, that flawlessly blends elements of R&B, Rock, Soul, and EDM.
The duo has just released a steamy new single perfect for the upcoming Summer months titled Animal. The new single which is just over three minutes of pure and pleasurable funk-laced pop. Scott Packham explains:
“Animal’ is a song about our tendency to hide our true selves from one another, and what happens when we stop. Collaborating with Jerry Wonda took the song to another level – from its rock roots to a more crossover hip-hop/R&B production style.”
Along with the single, Color Fields also dropped the accompanying video. The band developed the concept for the song’s video alongside director Adeola Alao with help from the artist, Lindsay Thompson. Alao shot primarily on film, which lends to the song’s inherent grittiness.
Animal follows previous the May release of Summertime, both efforts give us a feeling of what is to come from Color Fields upcoming debut EP which is set to drop next month.