Oklahoma’s Colourmusic certainly are a high-concept indie group based around the idea that music is visual, which chords and records are represented by hues of color. This school of thought, popularized by Isaac Newton, led Ryan Hendrix and Nick Turner to start out the music group in 2005 while participating in Oklahoma State School in the tiny college city of Stillwater. They started creating EPs, you start with a crimson one and a yellowish one, and drummer Cory Suter became a member of. For concert events, Colourmusic extended to a quintet and included the Bells Are…’s Nick Ley and Colin Fleishacker executing in outfits and body color that coincided with record designs. Once fellow Oklahoman Wayne Coyne of Flaming Lip area caught breeze of their theatrics, he asked Colourmusic to start for his music group in Oklahoma Town. The next discharge color was predetermined when Hendrix made a decision to merge jointly the material off their crimson and yellowish EPs to help make the orange 2008 full-length f, mon, orange, february, venus, lunatic, 1 or 13. After a Western tour, the group authorized to Warner Bros. subsidiary Great Culture and got a detour from regular tones for My _____ Is definitely Pink, that was released in-may of 2011. The music group moved to indie label Memphis Sectors for third recording May You Marry Wealthy, which saw launch in 2014.