Plastic Mermaids announce third EP, Everything is Yellow and Yellow is my Least Favourite Colour

Plastic Mermaids announce their third EP (which you can pre-order now) as well as release one of the tracks in advance to whet your appetite. Looking forward to the video for this one.

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Isle of Wight five piece band, Plastic Mermaids, have a sound like no other band and if you’ve seen us writing about them before, you’ll know we can’t praise them enough.

In our view, they consistently deliver an eclectic mix of psychedelic folk/funk/pop with thumbthumping bass and haunting vocals.

Well today they’ve announced the imminent arrival of their third EP, titled Everything is Yellow and Yellow is my Least Favourite Colour.

All hail Alaska
It’s expected to be released in early June, but you can listen to one of the tracks right now and pre-order the EP at the same time.

If you’ve seen the band play live, you’ll have heard this track before. It opens with Jamie’s delicate vocals, which carry the lyrics – our favourite “she’s floating to Alaska on a private cloud” – into the foot tapping, shoulder swinging deliciousness that you can’t fail to eat right up.

You can pre-order your copy of the EP, Everything is Yellow and Yellow is my Least Favourite Colour, through the brilliant independent Cross Keys Records.

Watch them now
We’re looking forward to seeing what the lads have come up with for the video. Here’s some of their previous videos to give you an idea of the band’s endless creativity.

Image: © Plastic Mermaids’ Chief Designer

Friday, 13th May, 2016 6:37pm

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ewald

Yellow used to be the colour one had to put first to get good results in the Lüscher colour test,at a time when all the intellectuals drove yellow cars, in the 60/70’s only in the meantime they seem to have adapted and changed the meaning of yellow…

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/L%C3%BCscher_color_test