BECK COLORS FOLLOW UP TO GRAMMY ALBUM OF THE YEAR MORNING PHASE RELEASED TODAY APPEARING ON THE ELLEN DEGENERES SHOW OCTOBER 17 (US)
“An unabashed pop record. Up All Night is the jaunty jam you’ve been wanting since Dreams took your breath away” – HERALD SUN
“Some kind of wonderful” – THE BRAG
“Aptly titled… proves that Beck is still one of rock’s most intrepid inventors”—ENTERTAINMENT WEEKLY
“You just can’t rush greatness… a euphoric blast… Every Colors song is punctuated by Beck’s immense gratitude to still be making music”—USA TODAY
“Shiny and hooky… a cache of reverberant megadome stompers that will serve him well for many a festival season to come”—VANITY FAIR
“Colors is a great party record”—MC HAMMER
Already being hailed in early reviews as “a euphoric blast of experimental pop” (Rolling Stone) and “yet another milestone in his fascinating and unpredictable career” (The Wall Street Journal), Beck’s lucky 13th album Colors is released today on EMI Music.
Colors’ release was preceded most recently by the buoyant “Up All Night”—check out Beck performing it on Later… with Jools Holland here —the current single from Beck’s first full length offering of new material since 2014’s Morning Phase took Album of the Year top honors at the 57th Annual Grammy Awards.
Colors was produced by Greg Kurstin and Beck, with the exception of “Wow” produced by Beck and Cole M.G.N., and “Fix Me” produced by Beck. The album was mixed by Serban Ghenea, except “Dreams” and “Up All Night,” which were mixed by Greg Kurstin and Beck.
Beck will kick off the first full week following Colors’ release with a return to The Ellen Degeneres Show on October 17 US time.
Beck’s Colors released today on EMI Music.