For a few months now, fans of The Dear Hunter have been eagerly awaiting the release of the band’s newest album, The Color Spectrum. The Color Spectrum is made up of 9 separate EPs inspired by the colors in the ROYGBIV scale, plus black and white just for good measure. The album was released on June 14th and has been my number one fixation ever since. I’ve spent a good portion of my time since the album’s release simply listening to the songs and trying my best to figure out what each color was intended to represent. I feel as though I have a relatively accurate guess as to what each EP is meant to symbolize; however, it’s extremely possible that I’m way off on most, if not all, of them. Who knows, really? I assume most people already have their own opinions formed as to what each color might actually mean and that’s super great! The Color Spectrum is one of those albums that can easily mean something very different for each individual person who listens to it, and that, my dear friends, it was makes it such an astonishing and beautiful album.