This is where you start to assume that this is The Color Morale announcing it’s break-up. When Steve and I started this band the goal was never to sell thousands of records, be on magazine covers, or even leave the midwest. The goal, along with the rest of my band mates was to have fun making art with my best friends. It always started there, in a garage across a field from a little restaurant in the middle of nowhere. In the middle of nowhere is exactly where you discover who and why you are. Within the expanse of that idea, The Color Morale could never break up. If it broke, it was only because it wasn’t ours anymore.
The Color Morale are attacking Warped Tour with a vengeance and fans are anxiously awaiting the band’s new album, Desolate Devine, due out August 18th on Fearless Records. On separate dates of Warped I spoke with lead singer Garret Rapp and unclean singer and guitarist Aaron Saunders about the upcoming album.
The Color Morale continue their rise in the scene with a packed stage every night on Warped Tour and will be releasing their new album Desolate Devine on August 19th. I was able to they chat briefly with the band on the APMA red carpet. Lead singer, Garret Rapp helped present the Artist Philanthropic Award, which was given to one of Rapp’s favorite groups, Heartsupport.