was written in England when the band were staying in a house right on the sea, “it was beautiful, cold and WINDY ha. It’s…Read More
Inspired to create something new after a chance meeting with singer Tessa Murray at a train stop, American expatriate Greg Hughes formed London quartet Still Corners. With a sound that’s rooted in the reverb-drenched psychedelia of the ’60s, the quartet, rounded out by members Leon Dufficy and Luke Jarvis, evokes the spacy experiments of the United States of America, as well as the expansive, cinematic sounds of Ennio Morricone, drawing upon European cinema for inspiration. In 2011, the band made its full-length debut on Sub Pop Records with Creatures of an Hour.
Still Corners have premiered a glistening new video for the song “Fireflies”, from their recently released album Strange Pleasures. The stylish and ambient clip, directed by returning director Christian Hansen Sorenson (“Berlin Lovers”),Read More
No it was more like I was just writing and recording everyday and Tessa would come over and sing and we just followed our instincts. We didn’t really talk about it, it was more like, “this sounds cool, let’s work on that today”Read More
A couple of years ago Still Corners’ noir pop would have been classified by whichever fabricated sub-sub music genre any music hack could dream up, nightbus? Witchhouse? Chillwave? Whatever! Thankfully the need to pigeonhole any group making sparse, lo-fi electronica has subsidedRead More
London-based duo Still Corners have just been added as direct support to Glaswegian band Chvrches’ North American headlining tour, which currently begins May 28th in Portland, OR at Wonder BallroomRead More
London-based duo Still Corners have premiered a new video for “Berlin Lovers”, the lead single from their forthcoming album, Strange Pleasures. The clip, directed Christian Sorensen Hansen, features band members Greg Hughes and Tessa MurrayRead More
London-based duo Still Corners will release its new album Strange Pleasures, the follow up to Creatures Of An Hour, the band’s 2011 debut, on May 6 in Europe and May 7 in North America via Sub PopRead More