MORIATY are leading the charge of a number of Devon bands who are playing in support of Rowcroft Hospice at the Colour Rush on Paignton Green on Saturday.
The band (pictured right) emerged from a 'Colour Ruck' event aimed at finding the music acts to play Colour Rush.
The Barrel House in Totnes and the Apple and Parrot in Torquay hosted the events.
Chris Perkins, from the Barrel House Ballroom, in Totnes said: "We had a great night for a great cause, filled with awesome local talent."
Other acts selected from the Barrel House included 19-year-old blues guitarist Alex Kumar who is making waves across Devon with his unique blues infused voice.
Mat Jarrett, manager of the Apple and Parrot, added: "Both the standard of talent and the atmosphere were unbelievable. There was even a paint fight out on the street as our regulars got into the spirit of the Colour Rush."
Other acts selected to play include Someday-I, For Josie, Pete Chadwick, The Quincies, Broken Compass, Triple Threat and Owen Penrice.
Ric Yerbury, Rowcroft events manager, said: "Music and musicians are an important part of the Colour Rush. While the focus may be on the paint run and the bigger national acts, it is the recognition of the power and value of music in people's lives at every level which is driving this unique blend of fun run and live entertainment."
We Are The Ocean will be headlining the event. They already have a large following and have played Radio 1's flagship Big Weekend event and toured across Europe with Muse this summer
Colour Rush participants take part in a 5km colour run from Paignton across to Goodrington which will see them covered in different coloured powder paints.
The run is then followed by the live Colour Rush after party on Paignton Green — a festival-style music event with acts performing across two stages, with concessions including Bays Brewery, a hog roast and fairground rides.
Click www.thecolourrush.co.uk for more.