Orphan Colours

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Orphan Colours
OriginLondon, England
GenresAmericana, folk rock, alternative country
Years active2015-present
Associated actsNoah and the Whale
Danny and the Champions of the World
MembersSteve "Seebs" Llewellyn (Lead Vocals & Guitar)
Graham Knight (Bass/Backing Vocals)
Steve Brookes (Drums)
Fred Abbot (Lead Guitar)
Dave Burn (Backing Vocals/Guitar)

Orphan Colours is a British band formed by former Ahab members Steve "Seebs" Llewellyn and Dave Burn. They have been dubbed a "supergroup"[1] because they are joined by former Noah and the Whale guitarist Fred Abbot, Danny and the Champions of the World drummer Steve Brookes and prominent member of the London folk revival scene Graham Knight.[2]

The band signed to At The Helm Records in 2017 and released All On Red on 26 January 2018. Their debut album was nominated in the 'Best UK Americana Album' category at the 2019 Americana Music Association U.K. Awards.


  • High Hopes EP (26 February 2016)
  • Won't Let You Down (28 January 2016)
  • All On Red (26 January 2018)


  1. ^ "Track of the Day Orphan Colours - Won't Let You Down". Glasswerk Magazine.
  2. ^ "Premiere: Orphan Colours - 'Won't Let You Down'". Clash Magazine.

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