Find the Colour

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"Find the Colour"
Find the Colour.jpg
Single by Feeder
from the album Comfort in Sound
Released 22 September 2003
Format CD, 7" vinyl
Recorded 2002
Genre Alternative rock
Length 3:56
Label Echo
Writer(s) Grant Nicholas
Producer(s) Gil Norton
Feeder singles chronology
"Forget About Tomorrow"
"Find the Colour"
"Comfort in Sound"

"Find the Colour", is a single from UK rock band Feeder, and was fourth to be taken from their album Comfort In Sound during 2003.

The single made number 24 in the UK charts.

Music video[edit]

The music video sees the band performing in a dark room, with the camera panning around them while they are performing. The action is seen in slow motion, and are actually performing "Godzilla" from their Comfort in Sound album, with the video slown down with "Find the Colour" edited into the video so it looks like they are performing a different song. This could be seen as the band not being too keen on having the song as a single release.

It was noted by frontman Grant Nicholas in an interview on now-defunct TV channel The Amp that as the video is seen in slow motion from start to end, it has done something not done by many or any music videos in the past.


Before the release of the single, the video was getting many plays on MTV2 in the United Kingdom. It reached #2 on the channels daily voting chart, and #6 in the weekly listings.

When the single was released, it eventually stalled at #24 on the UK charts, mainly due to being the fourth and final single from an album that had already reached platinum status, while also making the track available for 11 months at the time. It also had only one CD format, unlike the previous three having two, thus halving sales amongst fanbase members collecting b-sides, as each CD format had two different songs.

Track listing[edit]


  1. "Find the Colour" (single edit) – 3:43
  2. "Remember the Silence" – 3:51
  3. "Circles" – 3:00

7" (White)[edit]

  1. "Find the Colour" (single edit) – 3:43
  2. "Remember the Silence" – 3:51

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