Young Liars is your new favorite band that you'll want to turn your nose up at in six months when their songs are inevitably used in every TV show and American Express commercial. But you should fight that urge, because these guys write insanely catchy, toe-tapping guiltless pop pleasures that have way more staying power than a stint on Gossip Girl.
"Colours" (not "Colors") is the new single from the Vancouver-based quintet, and the accompanying music video—the band's first ever—is a fitting amalgamation of tunes and tones.
The digital single, which includes the radio edit and a Teen Daze remix of the track, is out now via Nettwerk records, but we've hooked you up with a free download of "Colours" by right-clicking here.
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