Chapter three of Indigo Sparke’s upcoming record, echo, sees the whistling, whimsical release of Colourblind. The vintage-tinged world depicted in the video was inspired by the film Paris, Texas, and is fittingly a beautiful, disassociated fantasyland.
Directed by Monica Buscarino, the classic Super8 flicker taunts the lethargy of the anti-fairytale-folk song. Indigo Sparke‘s vocals sail away in every direction – unsettling and soothing all as once. Speaking of the road movie influences for Colourblind, Sparke’s said:
“What does it mean to roam alone in the wilderness. There is bravery in loving and there is bravery in being alone. In every form there can be a merging with something greater. It’s all immense when there is true surrender. That’s the hard part. Staying open, staying vulnerable. Through all the pain. To keep loving. Keep trusting.”