Films of Colour;
Films of Colour are an Alternative rock band from Guildford, London, England. Formed in 2008 by front-man Andy Clutterbuck and lead guitarist James Hatcher. Later followed by drummer James Rees-Flynn and bassist Jack Allinson. 
Where did the band name come from and who chose it?


The name came from an essay written by Aldous Huxley.  He took mescaline once and wrote about it.  Jack reads more than any of us put together, so he was the one to stumble upon it.


What has been the band’s biggest influence?

Radiohead.  We are draw influence from different artists, times, places etc but in this band each member is as mad about Radiohead as the next.


If you weren’t in a band, what would you be doing?

I would probably be travelling.  If the band really takes off we will get to do a certain amount of this anyway.  So it’s kind of win-win.  Already been to America as a band and that was just great.  Japan is next on my agenda.


What are your opinions on Simon Cowell and The X-Factor?

I find the whole thing highly frustrating.  It’s obvioulsy highly entertaining for a lot of people and even I find it amusing on occasion, but what gets to me is how fake it is.  Don’t get me wrong, some contestants are talented, but some are completely rubbish.  This guy sums it up pretty well - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nvp_tqOmR2M


If you could play live in one country and one decade, which would you choose?

America in the 60’s would have been great, but far too obvious.  What about China in 2050?  Hopefully by that point they will have the technology to bring the legends from the 60’s back to life anyway.


and what is the band’s favourite food? (To all members)


Andy - Crispy aromatic duck


James Rees-Flynn - Chicken tikka massala


Jack - Tuna & sweetcorn sandwiches


James Hatcher - Turkey twizzlers, potato smileys and alphabet spaghetti.

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Films of Colour;

Films of Colour are an Alternative rock band from Guildford, London, England. Formed in 2008 by front-man Andy Clutterbuck and lead guitarist James Hatcher. Later followed by drummer James Rees-Flynn and bassist Jack Allinson. 

Where did the band name come from and who chose it?

The name came from an essay written by Aldous Huxley.  He took mescaline once and wrote about it.  Jack reads more than any of us put together, so he was the one to stumble upon it.

What has been the band’s biggest influence?
Radiohead.  We are draw influence from different artists, times, places etc but in this band each member is as mad about Radiohead as the next.

If you weren’t in a band, what would you be doing?
I would probably be travelling.  If the band really takes off we will get to do a certain amount of this anyway.  So it’s kind of win-win.  Already been to America as a band and that was just great.  Japan is next on my agenda.

What are your opinions on Simon Cowell and The X-Factor?
I find the whole thing highly frustrating.  It’s obvioulsy highly entertaining for a lot of people and even I find it amusing on occasion, but what gets to me is how fake it is.  Don’t get me wrong, some contestants are talented, but some are completely rubbish.  This guy sums it up pretty well - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nvp_tqOmR2M

If you could play live in one country and one decade, which would you choose?
America in the 60’s would have been great, but far too obvious.  What about China in 2050?  Hopefully by that point they will have the technology to bring the legends from the 60’s back to life anyway.

and what is the band’s favourite food? (To all members)
Andy - Crispy aromatic duck
James Rees-Flynn - Chicken tikka massala
Jack - Tuna & sweetcorn sandwiches
James Hatcher - Turkey twizzlers, potato smileys and alphabet spaghetti.

Twitter // Bandcamp // Last.fm