Colourshop delves into the mystery surrounding love, identifying the complexities of love when compared to laws that govern the universe discovered by Albert Einstein. Yet even Albert Einstein could not make sense of love judging by his relationships.
Colourshop tells his story with aplomb – the brilliance of the folky guitar harmonies weave through the song punctuating his resplendent lyrics before driving into the chorus to make his point.
In ‘Albert Einstein’, he reiterates love is to be experienced and not understood.
Colourshop is a good storyteller as his words have meaning and emotion to them.
Drawing influence from artists such as Tracy Chapman and Neil Young, Colourshop has set a high bar. And in my opinion it is only a matter of time before Colourshop achieves a similar status.
Albert Einstein is produced by Ian Barter and was released on the 14th of February 2020 and now available across all the streaming platforms.