An impactful debut from this London group, In Motion flourishes upon Colouring’s foundations.
One tip to listen to In Motion, would be to have the bass just slightly higher than everything else. An undertone of thriving bass elements, which allow In Motion to progress into an expansive display of electronica, sets the track up for a euphoric vibe throughout its journey.
Combining a collection of post-dubstep elements, together with the contemporary combinations of crystal clear guitars, in unison with flickering track pad changes, In Motion feels hopelessly troubled, yet finds strength to stand tall and uplift those listening. A turbulent journey masked in lukewarm blue, In Motion may be Colouring’s debut under Interscope, but it has created a journey currently shrouded in mystery and high anticipation.