Synth-pop duo to tour their fourth studio album

PUBLISHED: 20:00 06 August 2018

Still Corners will perform at The Louisiana. Picture: Ponoma

Still Corners will perform at The Louisiana. Picture: Ponoma

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A London duo have released their fourth studio album – and will be showcasing their new material with a tour across the UK.

Still Corners’ new record, Slow Air, comes out on August 17 and the four-piece band will be playing in Bristol in November.

Written in the hills of Texas, Slow Air has a classic sound with emphasis on the guitar, both acoustic and electric from Greg Hughes, combined with the voice of Tessa Murray.

The songs are recorded with drums and minimal synthesisers with all the mistakes kept in for an authentic sound.

The group state Vangelis, who scored Ridley Scott’s iconic sci-fi film Blade Runner, as one of their biggest influences.

Still Corners will play at The Louisiana, in Wapping Road, on November 30 at 7.30pm.

Tickets, priced £11, are available to purchase online at www.thelouisiana.net or by calling the box office on 01179 265978.

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