Colatura ‘I Don’t Belong Here’ : The effervescent charms, drizzle as it shizzles in pop and nostalgic circumstance.

'I don't belong here'

“‘I Don’t Belong Here’ was originally written as a tongue-in-cheek song from the perspective of a sweater that had been left behind at an ex’s place,” said Colatura. “However as we started to record it, quarantine happened and we realized that it also eerily encapsulated all the feelings we were having about feeling trapped inside – how our homes started to feel stifling and like we no longer belonged there, our clothes no longer fit and how we have lost any sense of time or motivation to get out of bed (especially since most of us lost our day jobs), “waking up late and sleeping all day.”

Colatura is a 4-piece indie band based out of New York City. Formed out the essence of an indie rock guitarist who had been playing in the Brooklyn DIY scene met a former child opera singer and classically trained pianist, they discovered that they had unexpected, killer musical chemistry.

Rockin’ times is what Colatura is all about. Live show energy in ‘I Don’t Belong Here’ exudes with colliding freshness that just amplifies as the song progresses further. From punk-rock chords and irreverent rock vocals, the effervescent charms, drizzle as it shizzles in pop and nostalgic circumstance.


Love in all that which is rock.


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