The new single from Columbia is a long-awaited welcome return for the Cardiff- based group with their latest offering, 'Disorder'. The band have been keeping this track under wraps for a long while since they released their debut album 'Embrace The Chaos' in March of this year, and are brimming with excitement about sharing this new song with the world.
'Disorder' marks a new musical direction for Columbia, who are set to embark on their biggest festival performance to date this coming weekend at Shine On Weekender on November 12, sharing the Minehead Arena with greats The Happy Mondays, Tim Burgess, Teenage Fanclub, Ash, and many more.
Recorded at King’s Road Studios in Cardiff and produced by Andrew Sanders, 'Disorder' marks a new direction for Columbia. Not only is the song their first to be written by lead guitarist Ben Rowlands, it’s also their most powerful track yet.
Speaking about the track, producer Andrew said it was “the biggest sounding track I’ve made with a band“, while the band cheekily notes that the song’s “incredible wall of sound makes you wonder where on earth Ben has been hiding this behind his calm and quiet demeanour?"
At it's core, the song is a ghostly, yet beautiful, offering a cinematic sound that opens with the ominous tones of police sirens and helicopters circling overhead. It's a song that speaks to chaos and unrest, setting the stage for a brilliant onslaught of gnarled guitars, heavybass and thunderous drums, accompanied by Lewis’ commanding vocals. Stream it above.
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