Colours of Bubbles represent the most recent generation of guitar bands that Šiauliai, a Northern Lithuanian city has always been famous for (it will suffice to mention Bix, Brainers and Axis). This time, however, it’s not funk-infused postpunk, Britpop or electrorock, but rather fresh indie rock that combines alternative country influences and modern rock’n’roll drive. Staying true to their musical roots, Colours of Bubbles write all of their songs in English. A slightly unusual fact about them is that there are two strong vocalists in the band (bass guitarist Paulius and lead guitarist Julijus), each with a distinctive delivery style, which allows Colours of Bubbles to alternate between very different song styles both on record and in live shows. Speaking of the latter, Colours of Bubbles have already played more than 100 concerts, including solo gigs and festival performances in Lithuania and abroad. Their first EP, Today I Am Feeling Better Than Ever, released in 2010, crowned this period of the band’s career.
Inspired by a True Story - Ten Thousand Snowlakes
Today I Am Feeling Better Than Ever - Little Sue
Today I Am Feeling Better Than Ever - Toilets Of Space
The Edge of the World
One of the greatest achievements in bands awards history is Rock Band of the Year award at local Grammy’s – M.A.M.A. music awards, which Colours of Bubbles won in year 2015.
Even before the release of bands latest album She is the Darkness (2016) one of the biggest Lithuanian music blogs manoMUZIKA.lt named it as the one which the whole team was looking forward hear mostly.
In the end of 2016 band put together its greatest hits from the both albums and released the first ever Colours of Bubbles vinyl.
In the Autumn of 2017 the Colours of Bubbles started a collaboration with St. Christopher chamber orchestra and presented their Untold Story – a project where modern rock sounds of Colours of Bubbles meets the majestic sound of the orchestra.
Best of live performances: Positivus festival (Latvia), Jyrock Festival (Finland), Reeperbahn Festival (Germany), Waves Central Europe (Austria & Slovakia), Tallinn Music Week (Estonia), Co Jest Grane (Poland), Lost in Music (Finland), Vilnius Music Week (Lithuania), Siemens Arena (Lithuania), Untold Story Tour with St. Christopher chamber orchestra | St. Catherine church (Vilnius), Saule concert hall (Šiauliai)