"Colours Explode" is a melodic ambient piece by Australian musician Isophene (Brad Buenan), part of his debut album Reverbatory. The song starts a little on the melancholy side but slowly morphs and by the end of it will have you flushed with tingles.
Brad draws inspiration from the beautiful nature landscapes of his mountainside studio, among rainforests, set in the Dundenong Ranges outside of Melbourne. The organic soft melodies are created by using '80 synths, piano, guitar, field recordings and an intricate mix of programmed and live drums.
Isophene's cinematic downtempo music immerses the listener in sun drenched waves of emotive sound.