The History Of Colour TV – 'I Knew It Was Wrong But I Did It Anyway' jimmy 19/01/2013 shoegaze On January 29, Saint Marie Records release the debut LP ‘Emerald Cures Chic Ills’ (pre-order here) from Berlin’s The History Of Colour TV. ‘I Knew It Was Wrong But I Did It Anyway’ is one of the rare moments of pop sunshine on this record… and there’s still a shrill simulated scream in the bridge! There’s something odd around every corner of this album, industrial brick walls, ecstatic synth lines, delicate pop melodies, evil drones, this is an experience well rewarded for those willing to take the trip. Suited for fans of The Soft Moon, A Place To Bury Strangers or Bloody Knives. The History Of Colour TV – ‘I Knew It Was Wrong But I Did It Anyway’ [mejsaudio src= https://www.soundsbetterwithreverb.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/01/The-History-Of-Colour-TV-I-Knew-It-Was-Wrong-But-I-Did-It-Anyway.mp3] ‘Emerald Cures Chic Ills’ – Album Teaser Visit The History Of Colour TV @ Saint Marie Records @ Tumblr @ Facebook.