InTechnicolour stream live video; tour with El Moono announced

UK rock quartet InTechnicolour announce tour with
El Moono and stream live video for ‘San 

New album Midnight Heavyweight album out now via Small Pond Records

Photo Credit: Martin Ruffin

UK rock quartet InTechnicolour have announced a run of dates with alternative act El Moono in March 2023. The band have also released a live version of the track ‘San Francisco’, taken from their new album Midnight Heavyweight.

Filmed at Bad Pond Festival last year, watch the video to ‘San Francisco live’ here:

Catch the bands on the follow dates:

Mar 09th – UK Sheffield – Tickets
Mar 10th – UK Nottingham – Tickets
Mar 11th – UK Liverpool – Tickets
Mar 17th – UK St Albans – Tickets
Mar 18th – UK Luton – Tickets
Mar 19th – UK Guildford – Tickets

Check out previous singles:
‘Tokyo Dream’:
‘The Wave’:

More info on Intechnicolour:

Hailing from Brighton, InTechnicolour are a riffy, groovy, rock band with a knack for creating a colourful song or two. Formed in 2015 through a want to play loud music through slightly broken amps, the basis of the band was created.

InTechnicolour are an inventive four-piece comprised of technically gifted musicians, cutting loose and playing music that’s about as far removed from their day jobs as it’s possible to get – and they are doing it better than a good portion of their contemporaries. Landing somewhere between the slack desert-groove of Kyuss and Karma To Burn, the band combine deeply satisfying riffs with a dynamic vocal style, which calls to mind the sounds of BaronessGojira and Mastodon.

InTechnicolour have previously toured across the UK and Europe with the likes of Physics House BandBlack PeaksTown PortalBitch Falcon and Haggard Cat, and are gearing up to hit the road this autumn with dates to be announced very soon.

InTechnicolour online:

More info on El Moono:

Influences of rock, hardcore, post-hardcore, sludge, grunge and metal, El Moono‘s off-kilter and oftentimes mind-bending riffs, emotive songs and expressive lyricism combine to create a sound that’s difficult to pigeonhole.

Touring in support of their Temple Corrupted EP, check out recent single ‘Requiem’ here:

El Moono online: