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Hot on the heels of delivering a hauntingly stunning set at this year's Forbidden Fruit Festival, Chromatics are now Liss Ard bound. Whether performing their own songs or creatively covering others, their recent performances continue to attract new fans. Chromatics possess an effortlessly cool demeanour and style which is destined to be one of the highlights of the festival this August bank holiday weekend.

Chromatics are the reflection on the dark side of the street. With Night Drive, they were barely there but they seemed to weigh a ton. Beautiful vocals giving life to city phrases, rhythms that keep everyone moving but not quickly enough to miss the crash. There are times when you can’t listen anymore to them because it hurts too much, and then you press play again. There’s an intimate distance to their music, with just enough separation that you don’t really know what’s going on.

The Portland five-piece returns with their new album “Kill For Love,”(March 26, 2012) which gained immediate Pitchfork praise of “Best New Music”.