Post-hardcore band, Outline In Color are sharing their frenzied new record Coast Is Clear on October 14. Accompanying the album release comes a new music video for "Fight Fair."
Coast Is Clear intertwines cool undertones with contrasting frantic hooks. Chaos ensues from the second the tracks hit, displaying an array of distressing yet crisp vocals throughout. The record draws fans in, producing addicting sounds on a vast scale to collect new listeners into their fanbase. Features include Loveless, Michael Swank, AVOID, and Chris Roetter and was produced by Hiram Hernandez and Andrew Baylis.
"A decade of writing about our daily lives has led us here, to what feels like the beginning of our career. With an opportunity to finally share our most personal experiences with the world. This record is a reflection of our feelings during the pandemic, our stories from life on the road and personal struggles we faced to make it to this point. We hope this collection of songs will serve as a history book for the underdogs. The people who stay in the shadows from their own insecurities. The artists who wake up daily with an overwhelming feeling of imposter syndrome. We hope to serve as a looking glass into taking control of your own destiny and staying true to who you are. The album is a painting of our journey to realizing ourselves, our realization that the coast is clear." Says the band about the album.
Alongside the release of Coast Is Clear, Outline In Color has released a lawless new music video for "Fight Fair."
"Fight Fair is about learning to keep your cool and remaining in your core-self when people around you are tempting or trying to push you to act unsavory. It’s all too easy for us to justify our less than honorable actions, especially when our opponent is fighting below the belt. “An eye for an eye” certainly feels good in the moment, but these situations tend to be deeper tests of our character. Fight Fair is a reminder to stay calm and to take the high road, even if you’re the only one." Says the band about the track.