False Colours are an electro-acoustic folk duo consisting of David on the lesser seen electric tenor guitar and Polly on the bass (both on vocals with harmonies galore!). Hailing from Sudbury in Suffolk, their music is an original mix of traditional folk style, rough and ready punk/indie and catchy pop. Consistently described as "unique" and “happy sounding,” they've only been playing together since April 2018, but are proud to say that they have already succeeded in achieving some of their goals - highlights including being played on BBC Radio, doing a live session for BBC Introducing in Suffolk (where presenter Angelle said False Colours song 'Make Yourself a Sandwich' was her song of the year for 2018!), being invited to perform on the SoapBox Stage at FolkEast 2018 (where they also sold out of EPs!), achieving a number one in the Cambridge 105 Radio Unsigned Chart, and of course recording their first EP. They are keen to get their music heard and are confident that it will go down well with any folk lovers amongst others!