George Shelley – Technicolour

Ahead of his live performance at London’s massive Pride celebration in Trafalgar Square tomorrow, former Union J member George Shelley shares a dynamic solo debut.

“Technicolour,” an anthem for the assured, is dance-pop precision enmeshed with a slant of defiant honesty. Speaking on the track, he says:

The song has me rebelling at the top of my lungs against everything I was afraid of in the past, and marks a new era for my music, music that has undeniably helped me through a challenging journey. I just want everyone to really feel the love and joy in the song, and find the happiness and pride in the lyrics.

That sense of self-certainty is aptly conveyed through the lyrical conviction and confidently crafted house rhythms, making for a perfect sunny season bop. Stream below, download a copy for yourself c/o Touch Recordings, and spread some social love:

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