After starting out as an abrasive post-punk band, Chromatics evolved into one of the most influential electro-pop acts of their kind. On studio albums such as Night Drive and Kill for Love as well as work for a variety of film and television soundtracks, the group's evocative mix of Italo-disco, post-punk, and '80s pop was glamorous, heartbroken, and utterly distinctive. By the time of the single's release, Miller had moved to vocals, while guitarist Devin Welch and future Gossip drummer Hannah Blilie both former members of the Seattle band Soiled Doves , and bassist Michelle Nolan joined the band. This version of the group released 's debut album, Chrome Rats vs. The following year's In the City EP continued the electronic pop sound that the band fleshed out on 's acclaimed album Night Drive.
Chromatics is an American electronic music band from Portland, Oregon , formed in The band consists of Ruth Radelet vocals, guitar, synthesizer , Adam Miller guitar, vocoder , Nat Walker drums, synthesizer , and Johnny Jewel producer, multi-instrumentalist. The band originally featured a trademark sound indebted to punk and lo-fi that was described as "noisy" and "chaotic". Their third album Night Drive was met with critical acclaim, as was their fourth album, Kill for Love , which was released on March 26, Several of the band's songs have been featured in television series such as Bates Motel , Gossip Girl , Mr. In December , the band announced what would have been their fifth studio album, titled Dear Tommy. It was released by Hand Held Heart. Miller has been Chromatics' sole consistent member. By the time the 7-inch was released, Chromatics had scaled up to a four-piece. Miller also played in The Vogue , a group that garnered media attention around Seattle.
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