Influenced by Bon Iver, Flume and Miike Snow, Couldn’t Stay explores a toxic relationship, touching on feelings of entrapment- the track echoes the hardships of knowing you have to leave, but feeling like you can’t.
The world may be in a weird place, but there is nothing but good vibes in the room on this night.
We have had a lot more time to do things. We made music videos for both the songs we released this year, which is something we might not have had enough time to do if we weren’t all locked down. With everyone on their phone a lot more we felt it was really important to make something super visual.
Not going with a more traditional slow, emotionally-driven ballad, the song is quite a fun sounding tune and creates a nice atmosphere about two friends knowing that they’re going to be drifting apart.
Your next drive to work will have that very hook stuck in your head, tapping away on the steering wheel until you hit play again.
Limousine Lies is ready to soundtrack a coming of age movie with a high tempo and dreamy beat. This song makes me think of a fairy floss sunset after a summer day spent in the sun.
You can hear the music running through CORTERIE’s veins from a childhood immersed in a musical family. Unafraid to tackle uncomfortable topics these brothers share a tight bond that shines through their music.
It’s new and different but I’m just trying to be present and find all of the cool things we can do now that we wouldn’t be able to do if we were touring a tonne right now.
The album is undoubtably well structured and written. Her soulful, jazzy pop blend is a mood lifting remedy even when she talks about darker themes. It takes you on a positive journey of self-discovery as we experience alongside her; first love.
Ultimately this song feels like an acceptance of doing what needs to be done for your own mental health, even at the cost of disappointing or alienating yourself from people who aren’t supportive of your methods