They’re also St. Petersburg, Florida kids Kyle Wyss and Orhan Chettri, who meld together syrupy psychedelic pop abstractions as Blind Man’s Colour. The band name, however awkward, is fitting enough: These colors evoked don’t match naturally occurring hues. Instead, they feel like what, yes, a blind man (or woman) might imagine if you tried to explain a coral reef or some neon fish stuck deep in the ocean. You can’t escape talking about watery things with BMC, really. So far they’ve a full-length, Season Dreaming, and an EP called Wooden Blankets EP, which they recorded on 4-track tape during the course of their Senior Year in high school but remain unreleased. No doubt Animal Collective comparisons are in order, but before you start shouting about it: These are the same guys who did the AC covers download Collected Animals, so they’re clearly not shy about the influence. Take a listen to “We’re Treehouse Kids!”:
Blind Man’s Colour – “We’re Treehouse Kids!” (MP3)
A couple other tracks:”The Warm Current’s Pull” comes from Season Dreaming.
And the Kanye-approved “Jimmy Dove” from the same:
Finally, here’s a video — aka the “final film for [some dude’s] high school digital film imaging class” — with a different version of Wooden’s “Never Hope For Treasure”:
You’ll find more information at their MySpace.