TRACK PREMIERE: Corasandel – Diving (Old Tin Box Recordings, 2018)
From Lincolnshire, England, Corasandel and consists of the duo Jimmy and Mark. They produce a sort of ambigaze sound with a DIY aesthetic. The new single, “Diving”, is inspired by Jeff Noon’s novel Fall Out of Cars. Layered and shimmering, “Diving” has this far off feel with subdued percussion, dreamy layered guitars, and ghostly lyrics. Like a soundtrack for the late night woods, “Diving” dances a slow dirge into the starry skies. The B-side, “Tape Interference”, should also be mentioned here and is already streaming on their Bandcamp for the release. It’s a wonderfully dark ambient piece with layers of tape-delayed guitars. It serves as a great soundtrack for the images evoked from “Diving”.
The single will be released digitally on June 12th at the band’s Bandcamp which is linked below the Soundcloud stream.
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