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Still Corners Announce New Album ‘The Last Exit’ + Share New Single

September 22, 2020

Still Corners announce new album ‘The Last Exit’

out 22nd January 2021 via Wrecking Light Records

Still Corners have announced details of their fifth studio album titled ‘The Last Exit’, due 22nd January 2021 via Wrecking Light Records.

With the shimmering desert noir sound the band has become known for, ‘The Last Exit’ takes you on a hypnotic journey, one filled with dilapidated towns, mysterious shapes on the horizon, and long trips that blur the line between what’s there and not there. Greg says, “We found something out there in the desert – something in the vast landscapes that went on forever.

First single, ‘The Last Exit’ is the final chapter of the Still Corners’ Road Trilogy. What began with ‘The Trip’ and was followed by ‘The Message’ concludes with the stunning ‘The Last Exit’.  The video, inspired by the 1975 film Picnic at Hanging Rock, finds Tessa pulled into the mysterious rocks of Joshua Tree.  Tessa explains –

“In a world where everyone thinks all the corners of the map are filled in we like to suggest there’s something beyond that, something eternal in the landscape and in our psyche.  Maybe you don’t see it every day but it’s there and that’s what we are trying to connect to.”

Still Corners are easily one of the most captivating outfits out there. With each composition they release, they showcase their ability to effortlessly create a hypnotic movement through their enriching orchestrations.

As the band continues to mature, their arrangements feel deeper. ‘The Last Exit’ is a powerful and melodic new track that feels more personal and exudes an air of peace. The emotive arrangement connects to its audience. As the soft yet tantalizing instrumentation builds layers upon layer, harnessing the guitar plucks and the shimmering keys then adding an overlay of wistful and bright guitar tone, resonating an essence of reflective charm- all of these elements perfectly fill this delicate aura and compliment the striking vocal harmonies.

https://www.stillcorners.com

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