We are delighted that Lincolnshire alt-shoegaze band Corasandel have released a digital version of their latest single Diving on Old Tin Box Recordings.
“I’ve been searching, for all the pieces.” Diving was recorded late
at night out in the woods. It is a stuttering road trip lyrically inspired by author Jeff Noon’s diseased-information-overload novel, ‘Falling
Out of Cars’. All the different layers of sound and information
filtered through delay, reverb and tremolo into this one song
recorded over a winter’s night.
The single is backed by experimental ambient B-side, ‘Tape Interference’. Layers of tape delayed guitars washed over by saucepans full of reverb.
“Dreamy layered guitars and ghostly lyrics.” Somewherecoldsomewherecold.net/2018/06/06/track-premiere-coransandel-diving-old-tin-box-recordings-2018/
“Diving è una scheletrica ballad dream pop che è al tempo stesso nebbia, brividi e tormenti.” Shoegaze Blog
“Waves of shimmering atmospherics…the single’s b-side is an experimental gem.” Primal Music primalmusicblog.com/new-single-releases/new-single-corasandel-diving/
Continuing the band’s work with local musicians, artists, producers and labels, ‘Diving’ is released digitally by Old Tin Box Recordings in the UK.
Watch the video here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KExG_v1wm1Y&feature=youtu.be
All instruments and kitchen implements played by the band.
Their music has been played on BBC Introducing, DKFM shoegaze radio and Radio Wigwam.
Corasandel will release further singles in 2018, followed by an EP in