Manchester group Corella have shared epic new single ‘Flood’.
The band have enjoyed a stellar year, playing some fantastic gigs and sharing a string of killer singles. Widescreen indie blessed with emphatic ambition, the results speak for themselves – sold out shows, press adoration, and millions of streams.
Recent EP ‘Today, Tomorrow, Whenever’ was written during lockdown, and it’s marked by an urge towards communication. Rapidly becoming a breakout moment, their single ‘Flood’ seems to distil Corella’s charms down to a fine essence.
A bold indie offering from the much-tipped quartet, we’re able to share the full video for ‘Flood’. Shot by Giles Edward, it dips into iconic visual art work from the 20th century. A riveting watch, it’s an engaging video statement from a group worth keeping tabs on.
Our recent EP ‘Today, Tomorrow, Whenever’ was written during lockdown. It was an intensively isolating period for all of us, a feeling that everyone felt, one way or another. On our most recent tour, a lot of our fans told us about how hopeful the EP made them feel, so we felt it was right to create something special for ‘Flood’, which wasn’t released as a single and is the last track on the EP.
We teamed up with an incredible director called Giles Edward to bring the concept of living art to life – quite literally – via the inspiration of several important artists’ works from the 20th century. We hope you enjoy it as much as we did putting it together.
Tune in now.
Photo Credit: Jake Haseldine