The Chicago, IL-based Secret Colours debut self-titled effort and their 2013 sophomore effort Peach had the band as a sextet (which is somewhat unusual for most indie rock these days). With the announcement of the band’s two forthcoming 2014 releases, Positive Distractions Part 1 and Positive Distractions Part 2, the band emerges as a quartet, resulting in a bit of a change in sonic direction – by necessity. “It Can’t Be Simple,” the first single off Positive Distractions Part 1 employs the use of  a staccato organ and a taut bass line in a way that that will likely remind you of 60s psychedelica.