J. Zito – Colors Off

Artist: J. Zito

Song: Colors Off

Genres: #indierock #alternativerock

Location: Detroit, United States

Release date: August, 2021

CommentColors Off is a groovy song that, had I heard it for the first time on the radio, I would have bet it was a new tune from British band Feeder, a band I really like. However, this interesting track belongs to Detroit-based musician Jason Zito, who after releasing a self-titled album in 2019 that was heavy on synthesizers and electronic music, has just released a rock album that’s big on guitars and political messages: Before it Gets Better. His motto is that “when extreme thinking becomes normal, normal thinking seems extreme“, which is reflected on the album. Colors Off, for example, is a critique of extremism and groupthink; which is also represented on a painting Jason made for its lyric video, and you can watch it below. Enjoy!

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