"Anjimile’s long-awaited new record, Colors, comes on the heels of coming to terms with...major life events. The beautiful scope it covers, directly and indirectly, speaks to the affirming yet unnerving process of gradually setting in to your own skin."
- DigBoston, Nina Corcoran
"Colors spotlights the lovability of Anjimile. It is a cohesive and insightful documentation of the perspective of a queer artist...Anjimile is a songbird for voices that are frequently left unheard. And Colors is a body of work that will bring them into the spotlight."
- WERS, Andrew Muccitelli
"On “Colors,” you can hear Anjimile venture tentatively into unexplored vocal territory, pushing gently at the contours of their new voice."
- WBUR, Amelia Mason
"The diversity and inventiveness from song to song has created a beautiful amalgam that has, through its differences, made a concept album more concise and moving than many other artists attempting to do the same explicitly."
- Sound of Boston, Nicole Collins
Colors is an indie pop album that explores the various shades and luminosities of sound. Anjimile's evocative lyricism and honey-smooth vocals shine brightly against a colorful backdrop of spacious
soundscapes and dynamic melodies. From the folk-rock fields of "Green" to the dreamy waters of "Wakanda", each track on Colors vibes confidently in the spirit of exploration and experimentation.
"Colors" was written and recorded at Industry Lab, an eclectic co-working space in Cambridge, MA, as the result of a 3-month artist residency. Its sound is heavily inspired by the remarkably inventive group of engineers, entrepreneurs, scientists, graphic designers, programmers, architects and artists that inhabit the space.
released July 8, 2018
Music & Mix by Anjimile
Mastered by Analogue Self (Lee Schuna)
Album artwork by Leah Eve Corbett
Recorded at Industry Lab
Released on Human Nature Records <#
Inspired by the cyborg Neil Harbisson
Special thanks to Keenan Hye & Connor Eichinger
"...There's a deceptive simplicity to the album's sparse arrangements and an ephemeral hue to her voice - all of which add a haunting atmospheric quality to her melancholic, deliciously dark contemporary indie-folk songs..."