Graffiti6 Set New Album Release

11/10/2011
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Music duo Jamie Scott and TommyD's Graffiti6 have set a January 24th, 2012 release date for their new album, Colours.

Colours includes the first U.S. single "Free," which is currently No. 21 at AAA radio and was the most added song in its first week at the format. Currently in rotation at such influential stations such as KINK in Portland, KBCO in Colorado, WNWV in Cleveland, and KCSN in Los Angeles, "Free" was also "Pick of the Week" in USA Today, which praised the track's "melodic bassline and singer Jamie Scott's exquisite falsetto breaks." The video, which was shot in downtown Los Angeles premiered on VEVO: here.

Graffiti6 will spend December on the road as support for Latin singer-songwriter Ximena on her U.S tour. The trek starts December 5th in Birmingham, AL, at Workplay and runs through December 22nd at Schubas in Chicago, IL. Graffiti6 will also play at the Cosmopolitan Hotel November 30th and December 1st (full schedule below). Graffiti6 has spent the last few months traveling between the U.S. and Europe playing shows and festivals as they prepare for the release of Colours.

The seven-track "Free" EP is currently available.. It includes both the radio and stripped-down versions of the title track, acoustic versions of "Lay Me Down," "Annie You Save Me," and "Stone In My Heart," a cover of Fleet Foxes' "Blue Ridge Mountains," and a brand-new song, "Foxes." Graffiti6 have had their songs played on popular TV shows such as Grey's Anatomy, Covert Affairs, CSI: NY, One Tree Hill, and MTV series Teen Wolf. MTV has also featured the group in its Freshmen 5, Artist to Watch, and Push campaigns.

The track-listing for Colours is as follows:

Stone In My Heart
Annie You Save Me
Stare Into the Sun
This Man
Free
Calm The Storm
Colours
Goodbye Geoffrey Drake
Never Look Back
Stop Mary
Lay Me Down
Over You

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