Ben Cura Colours Outside The Neo-Classical Lines In Single & Video Toutes Les Couleurs

The composer's latest neo-classical single is inspired by his childhood in France.


Ben Cura draws upon his colourful past in his grand new neo-classical single Toutes Les Couleurs — showcasing today on Tinnitist.

The track’s powerfully dynamic start puts you on edge from the get go, only for it to be quelled by the soft piano melody that guides you into a sense of security, jumping again into an exciting, adrenaline-filled multi-layered orchestral arrangement. The three parts of the track combine at the end, culminating into a truly satisfying conclusion.

Toutes Les Couleurs is about Cura’s childhood in France where, at age six, everything was exciting, scary, and full of potential. The track symbolises the playfulness and hopefulness of childhood — almost the soundtrack to a movie a child could be making up in their own head as they play.

Argentine-born actor, writer, and director Cura is known for his work on various film, TV, and stage productions, including Netflix’s Marcella, 15 Minutes of War, Gatecrash and his award-winning directorial debut Creditors.

He will soon be releasing his debut EP Extended Play No. 1, and later in the year, the original motion picture soundtrack for upcoming feature film Among The Beasts, directed by Matthew Newton (Who We Are Now).

Watch the video for Toutes Les Couleurs above, listen to the song on your preferred streaming service HERE, and follow Ben Cura on Twitter and Instagram.