There’s no resting for the Dark Suburb as Ghana’s first alternative Afro-rock band has released their much awaited single “Clolor Blind”.
Aptly titled, “Color Blind”, the song encourages the listener to imagine a world where we cannot tell black from white, Asian from American, Ashanti from Hutu, or foreigner from local. A world not defined by the colour of one’s skin, where we are all “Color Blind”.
“Imagine a world where we cannot tell black from white, Asian from American, Ashanti from Hutu, or foreigner from local. In this state of mind, we sure will care about our universe and it will be clear to us how connected we are. This is the reason Dark Suburb chose the one thing that can remind us that we are the same: the skeleton,” says Dark Suburb.
This is the third of four singles dropping before the debut album “The Start Looks Like The End”. American producer and musician, Colter Harper, and Lithuanian producer, Lukas Milker, produced all four singles live in Ghana.
This song is a dream Dark Suburb has about the future of the world. The group’s leader remarks, “We will overcome the battle against racism and all forms of discrimination. Nature always wins.”Dark-Suburb-Color-Blind-Thinkghmusic.com_.mp3 (486 downloads)