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  • Still Corners Drops New Music Video for “Crystal Blue”

  • London-based dream pop duo Still Corners, consisting of Greg Hughes (multi-instrumentalist/producer) and Tessa Murray (vocals/keyboards), dropped a new music video directed by Lucy Dyson on March 14, 2024.

    The song was released as the third single from their upcoming sixth studio album “Dream Talk” last month.
    The track was written by Tessa Murray, and Gregory Hughes, who also produced it.

    Director Lucy Dyson said of the video, ”'Crystal Blue' is my fourth music video for Still Corners, and as always, it’s so lovely to get to develop a visual concept for their music, and this song has so many gorgeous elements; it sounds like the sea and a summer breeze, and the peacefulness I feel when snorkeling (is there a more peaceful creature than the seahorse?). So, working with the beautiful 8mm footage they provided me with, and Tessa’s lovely silk shirt as the perfect color pallet, I created a multifaceted video piece bringing together the elements that the music evokes for me; the gentle sway of a coral reef, mottled Neptune hues, and the mesmerizing motions of seagulls hovering to the music carried by the wind.”
  • The duo said of the song, “‘Crystal Blue’ is a torch song about two lovers separated by the sea, dreaming of reuniting one day. Hours go by, day and night, the breeze touches their skin, the waves become their only friends as they wait to meet again under the same moon. A soft drum beat, congas and a solitary marimba patter away as Tessa Murray asks, 'Do fishes sleep, in the ocean blue? Do you dream of me like I dream of you?.' A crystal clear guitar solo whisks the listener to the far side of the world as the couple head off to a place they’ve never heard of just to be together again.”

  • The new album “Dream Talk” comprises a 10-track snd is set to be released on April 5, 2024.
    The album was written in the south of France, East Sussex, UK, and Woodstock, New York.
    Tessa Murray said of the album, “The genesis for a lot of these songs came from dreams. Every night I would write down the dreams I could remember. While recording I would pull out my book of dreams and sing over various looped phrases Greg had been working on. The repetitive nature of the looping and singing almost felt like going into a trance. A lot of the songs came from that process, it was fun and what I thought were sort of ramblings ended up surprising us with their various meanings and imagery.”

    Photos by Paul Winter
  • source : Apple Music
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