Daryl Palumbo’s Color Film sign to Epitaph and reveal album “Living Arrangements”

Daryl Palumbo (Glassjaw) and Richard Penzone (Men, Women and Children) joined forces in 2012 to create Color Film, a New York-based art pop act signed to Epitaph Records.

The label, founded by Bad Religion guitarist Brett Gurewitz, proudly represents the duo as they explore “a brave progression [with a] collective musical resume including a myriad of culture-driving projects”.

Commenting on their relationship, Palumbo states that “The two of us probably share more interests than anyone else I’ve ever met in my life. There are all these wild, arty records that we both love so it only made sense for us to sit down and try to channel that into something new.”

Color Film’s upcoming debut album Living Arrangements will be made available from 16th June, and comes packed with twelve cool tracks exploring a retro 80’s pop sound. Check out the band’s track ’52 Minds’ below.

About Luke Milne

London-based music junkie Luke Milne has worked in the journalism industry for a number of years, having been fortunate enough to have been closely exposed to a broad range of musical influences in his early youth. Though he picked up a guitar in his early teens, Luke found his real passion lay in observing and inderstanding the culture, history and social buzz that surrounds the rock and roll lifestyle. Also, he couldn't play triplets to save his life.

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