Beck is long considered to be an indie favorite. With delightful songs and albums, Beck gave his fan base a suite of compositions that have set him aside. In 1993, Beck released Golden Feelings, an album that was initially issued only on cassette. His next album, Stereopathetic Soulmanure, lit a fire on his pathway to acceptance. Just a month later, Beck issued his third album, Mellow Gold, on a major label (DGC Records), and racked up over a million in sales earning him his first platinum record. Odelay, released in 1996, climbed even further.  Since Odelay, Beck has released seven albums, with his last one, Morning Phase, released in 2014.

On October 13, Capitol Records will bring fans the next Beck studio album with Colors. Colors will provide ten songs with three of them already having been issued as fore-running singles from an album that took longer to materialize than normal.

Dreams” was released in 2015 in June, while “Wow” came out in June, 2016. Both songs will be joined by the latest single, “Dear Life”, as well as the anticipated album’s other seven tunes.

Colors will be released on CD, DD (including HD versions of the digital songs), and red colored vinyl LP.

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01 – Colors
02 – Seventh Heaven
03 – I’m So Free
04 – Dear Life
05 – No Distraction
06 – Dreams
07 – Wow
08 – Up All Night
09 – Square One
10 – Fix Me