The True Loves chase down the golden hour in their sweet, horn-laden tune “Sunday Afternoon,” the first single leading their partnership with Color Red. As one of the premiere funk and soul outfits of The Pacific Northwest, the band’s well-honed brand of instrumental soul shines as they craft a soundtrack for winding down on the weekend and getting back to the hustle and grind of the week ahead. The massive horn section features Jason Cressey (Odesza/Monophonics/Polyrhythmics) on trombone, Greg Kramer (Macklemore) on trombone, Gordon Brown on tenor sax, and Skerik (Mike Clark/Fred Wesley/Charlie Hunter/Garage a Trois) on baritone sax. The hard-hitting rhythm section is comprised of Jimmy James (Delvon Lamarr Organ Trio), Bryant Moore on bass, David McGraw (Delvon Lamarr Organ Trio) on drums, and Iván Galvaz on percussion. As depicted through the imagery of a multi-colored triple scoop ice cream cone, “Sunday Afternoon” is just as decadent in harmonies and brilliant in a melodic color palette to go hand-in-hand with the audio-visual experience the Color Red platform creates. Color Red has established relationships with other living legends on the Seattle funk and soul circuit including Polyrhythmics, The Pulsations, Oli Klomp, and more and welcome the addition of the tight-knit soulful entourage of The True Loves into their musical family.