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Embrace The Fuzzy Unknown

Three years have passed since Correatown released the critically acclaimed dream-pop album ‘Pleiades’. Highline are proud to announce the release of her follow up, ‘Embrace The Fuzzy Unknown’.

Having built a fanbase with her debut album ‘Spark. Burn. Fade’, Correatown’s listeners continued to grow through her work in TV and film music and her collaboration with Tom Brosseau as Les Shelleys. ‘Pleiades’ saw Correatown expanding both her global audience and her sonic horizons.

Correatown’s new album reflects and revels in change and evolution. Songs wonder about purpose, wonder about the future and wonder if this is all that there is. Without answers to these questions, the music implores us to ‘Embrace The Fuzzy Unknown’.

The album was produced by Angela Correa and Dan Long (Yeah Yeah Yeahs, Son Volt, TV On The Radio).

Correatown’s music has appeared on ‘Grey’s Anatomy’, ‘Ugly Betty’, ‘How I Met Your Mother’ and ‘Private Practice’ and films ‘The Lucky One’ and ‘Admission’.

Beautifully crafted ethereal pop music that will appeal to fans of Feist, Regina Spektor and Best Coast.

‘Son Be Wise’ is the follow-up album to Ralfe Band’s acclaimed album, and soundtrack to the Warp film, ‘Bunny And The Bull’.

‘Son Be Wise’ features guest vocals from Alessi’s Ark and Piney Gir.

The album was recorded with Rob Ellis (PJ Harvey, Anna Calvi) and Andy Ramsay (Stereolab).

Blending euphoric folk pop, whispering ballads and inspired instrumentation, this album will appeal to fans of Bonnie ‘Prince’ Billy, Beirut, Villagers, Andrew Bird, M. Ward and Sufjan Stevens.

Ralfe Band

Come On Go Wild

The first Ralfe Band single from the forthcoming ‘Son Be Wise’ album, the follow-up to their acclaimed album and soundtrack to the Warp film ‘Bunny And The Bull’.

New single ‘Come On Go Wild’ is a madcap Bossa nova sure to brighten your ears and bring a smile to your face.

For fans of Bonnie ‘Prince’ Billy, Beirut, Villagers, Andrew Bird, M.Ward and Sufjan Stevens.

Correatown is the beautifully crafted indie pop project from LA’s Angela Correa, whose DIY homespun aesthetic weaves its way into her music.

Music from ‘Pleiades’ has been featured on ‘Grey’s Anatomy’, ‘Ugly Betty’, ‘Private Practice’ and ‘How I Met Your Mother’.

Previously of the duo Les Shelleys, Correa’s music has been championed by Radcliffe & Maconie, and has toured the UK and Europe extensively.

These tracks will appeal to fans of Lykki Li, Feist and Peter, Bjorn & John.

STAFF COMMENTS

Ryan says: Introducing Angela Correa, her previous output has been minor key and ballady, but she has ventured into a new sound here and it's sweet and catchy and a bit electro here & there, though it still contains her signature charm.


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