Still Corners announces album and releases “Secret World”

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Watch the music video for the first single from DreamTalk.

In the dream world formed by Tessa Murray and Greg Hughes hides “Secret World”, a new single that takes dream pop to a new dimension. Find all the details.

With the premiere of his music video, “Secret World” invites us to discover a fantastic space in the middle of nature, recorded in the south of England, the entrance to the mystical world is in front of us. While the melody remains engraved in your memory, the percussions and synthesizers resemble a fantastic atmosphere, thus the voice of Tessa Murray It hypnotizes you into something else.

As travelers in search of a secret world, which is nothing more than the fantasy of the other, we find the world of dreams of Still Corners. This is the first single from the album dream talk, which will premiere on April 5, 2024 through Wrecking Light Records.

Still Corners will return to Mexico on April 26 in the Indie Rocks Forum!in time for the premiere of new studio material and new songs on stage.

Don’t miss this new stage of sound dreamy of Still Corners. And before the LP comes out, know the tracklist.

  1. “Today is the Day”
  2. “The Dream”
  3. “Faded Love”
  4. “What is Real”
  5. “Lose More Slowly”
  6. “Secret World”
  7. “Let’s Make Up”
  8. “Crystal Blue”
  9. “The Ship”
  10. “Turquoise Moon”

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