Colors In The Air
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Colors In The Air

Buffalo, New York, United States | INDIE

Buffalo, New York, United States | INDIE
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"Rounding out the opening trio was Lockport’s own Colors in the Air, which took the stage to heavy applause, even though the ever-increasing crowd was itching to see De-Young. Colors in the Air clearly had a hometown following. The band has a smooth, radio-friendly sound a la Coldplay, and began the set with a nostalgic anthem, “Seeing Stars,” later playing crowd favorites “Going Home” and “No Photographs.”" - Kristy Kibler (The Buffalo News)

" Colors in the Air is another Buffalo-area band poised for much bigger things. Like a slightly edgier "Coldplay, or perhaps a more pop-friendly Radiohead, the group played a sterling set that included songs from its new “Mirror Mirror” disc, as well as a well-received and highly inventive take on the Johnny Cash chestnut “Folsom Prison Blues.”"" - Jeff Miers (The Buffalo News)

"Arists that actually have some redeeming and musically significant songs." -

"Colors In The Air are destined for greatness and this album does nothing but confirm it." - EMOTIONAL PUNK- Christina Reynier

"Im sold on the future of Colors In The Air." -

"I can't deny there's something magical about this band." - EVIL NEEDLES

Colors in the Air opened the show to a huge crowd. As their set went on, the sea of people increased in size. After a summer of touring in places such as, New York City, Long Island, Syracuse, Ithaca, Nashville, Indianapolis, and Ohio, Colors in the Air returned with a sound that is more professional and crowd pleasing. The three months of constant practice made the already talented band, even more enjoyable. “A lot of people said that we’ve improved so much since the last time they’ve seen us and I totally agree with them, we put in a lot of hard work” said Brian Miller, a junior sound recording major, who sings lead vocals, and plays the guitar and the piano in the band. The other members include, Pat Williams, a sophomore audio radio major, who plays the drums, Ryan Cullinane, a junior English major, who plays bass, and Justin Walker who plays guitar. Every member of the band brought an energy and passion that exploded on stage.
Williams admits that his favorite part of touring this summer was the vacation aspect. The band got to lead the lives of rock stars for a summer, spending time in 104 degree weather in Nashville, while becoming friends with Leann Rhymes’ neighbor and surfing at the beaches of Long Island.
As of now the band is focusing more on writing their upcoming album and their impending recording time with their label, Workshop Recording Group, in December. During the summer they wrote seven new songs, and are working on more. Their main goal as of now is to produce great c.d.

-Emily Jetter, Assistant Arts Editor
- The Leader University News


"Mirror Mirror" 2011

"Floating Vessels" 2009

"On The Inside" released June 2007

"A Toronto EP" 2005



With the direction to play for the masses and the pride of maintaining their sound, Colors In The Air is constantly evolving as the year’s progress. From the start, CITA has had the intentions of steering clear of a “one month famous pop act” and becoming a band true to themselves and to their fans. Being fans of various artists in just about every genre you can think of, the band changes it up from song to song and from album to album.
On the bands newest album, they were in pursuit of sticking to their roots while still maintaining the key popular music elements. The songs were written based almost entirely on feeling and first moment responses to where the song should lead. CITA has just released their new album "Mirror Mirror".