Still CornersÂ run us through theirÂ top 5Â tour bus listens,Â track by track.
Still Corners, the London-based project consisting of songwriter/producer Greg Hughes and vocalist Tessa Murray have been releasing their own brand of dream pop for over 10 years since theirÂ debut EP,Â Remember Pepper?
. With their fourth studio album, Slow Air
released this summer to much praise (including from GigList
) the band are gearing up for a whopping North American and EU/UKÂ tour
which kicks off on 6th September, Johnny Brenda's, Philadelphia, US and concludes 8th December, Q-Factory, Amsterdam.
GigList was lucky enough to catch up with Hughes and Murray
to ask them the all-important question, which tracks do they listen to on the road - to keep them entertained and sane through the long hours between shows.
Listen to Still Corners Tour Bus Tracks below.
'So Far Away' - Dire Straits
Â "Best to listen to this with the windows rolled down pulling into a new city."
'Graceland' - Paul Simon
Â "Best to listen to while actually on the way to Graceland to pay respect to the King baby."
'Sleepwalk' - Santo & Johnny
Â "Only listen to this while on a dusty road in the middle of nowhere."
'Soul Vibrations' - Dorothy Ashby
Â "Best to listen to at midnight when you've ingested too much coffee or perhaps something else that musicians seem to do."
'Everybody Wants to Rule the World' - Tears for Fears
Â "Best to listen to when you're first pulling out of the driveway to start the tour when everyone is still friends, don't hate each other and everything hasn't turned shit."
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Photo by: Bernard Bur