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Still Corners, Creatures Of An Hour Album Review


Formed in 2008 by American Greg Hughes, London based Still Corners have thus far released a string of singles and EP's, all to generally favourable reviews. 'Creatures Of An Hour' represents their debut full length album. The Dream Pop duo, come live quartet, are built around Greg's arrangements and production and rely heavily on the hauntingly atmospheric vocal nuances of Tessa Murray.

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Still Corners, Interview


Interview with Still Corners

London dreampop ensemble Still Corners might be a new name to many, but their story actually began around four years ago culminating in the 'Remember Pepper' EP a few months later in the summer of 2008. Since then, line-up changes ensued - the most significant being the addition of Tessa Murray on vocals in place of the band's original singer - and a couple of excellent seven-inch singles ('Endless Summer', 'Don't Fall In Love') later, they've steadily become one of the most talked about outfits on the circuit, having recently inked a deal with legendary Seattle label Sub Pop.

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