With influences that span the spacy tests of america of America, the expansive, cinematic sounds of Ennio Morricone, and glamorous ’80s synth pop, Still Corners may be the task of Greg Hughes and Tessa Murray. The group created soon after Hughes, an American expatriate, fulfilled Murray by opportunity at a London teach stop. Ultimately, Still Edges became a quartet with the help of users Leon Dufficy and Luke Jarvis, and released singles and EPs including 2008’s Keep in mind Pepper? and 2010’s Don’t Fall in Like. In 2011, they authorized to Sub Pop, which released their full-length debut, Animals of one hour, that 12 months. By enough time of their second record, 2013’s Unusual Pleasures, Still Edges were right down to the duo of Hughes and Murray, and experienced ditched the ’60s affects and only a slicker, even more ’80s-influenced audio. To record their third recording, Murray and Hughes relocated from London towards the British seaside; inspired from the water’s extreme color, they called the group of tunes Deceased Blue. The recording, which highlighted the Brian Wilson-inspired one “Lost Guys,” premiered on Still Sides’ very own Wrecking Light Information in Sept 2016.