Picture This | Life In Colour

Updated: Jul 13

Picture This have certainly not disappointed with the recent release of their phenomenal third studio album, 'Life In Colour.' Their exceptional talents are truly showcased throughout this offering, and see the band embark on a brand new chapter in their successful career to date.

The album opens with an introduction track, which is just over one minute in length. There's something incredibly special about any Picture This album, because right from the offset, it is clear that so much hard work has gone into the release, and no detail has been left out. As the album begins to progress, vibrant title track 'Life In Colour' truly begins to get the album underway, closely followed by one of the band's recent singles, 'LA House Party.'

'Addict Of Magic' features a classic one-liner from The Script's Danny O'Donoghue ('Sing that song, will ya?'). This track has quickly become a popular fan favourite with Picture This' dedicated fans, along with the infectiously catchy 'Die For You' and the captivating 'Oslo.'


The album does also feature some of the band's previously released singles, such as 'Things Are Different,' 'Winona Ryder' and 'Unconditional,' which allowed fans to eagerly anticipate how the album would sound prior to its release. There are many other tracks which we are beyond excited to hear live, including 'Can You Feel It?' and '17' which will inevitably be absolutely electric live!

Heartbreakingly beautiful ballads are included in the album, with 'If Ever However Whenever Forever,' 'I Don't Feel The Same Way Anymore' and 'Lucky I Was Loved.' What is incredible about Picture This is that in one way or another, listeners can resonate with the beautiful and captivating lyrics.


To accompany the release of the album, the talented four-piece released a host of music videos. This album will no doubt lead to a host of success for the band. With a host of rescheduled headline shows set to take place in their home country of Ireland next summer, along with a planned tour around the UK later this year, Picture This continue to go from strength to strength, and their career definitely shows no signs of slowing down. A full list of the band's upcoming tour dates and to purchase tickets, click here.

Overall, Picture This' brand new album is absolutely fantastic. It's clear that so much hard work has gone into every little detail, from the production to the vocals and more. 'Life In Colour' is a brilliant listen and is an album that we couldn't recommend highly enough!


By Rachel Dempster