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Corvair ‘Sailor Down’ : Two voices leaping to meet to dance with prolonged gazes and amazements.

Corvair

Mild, never. Expressive, forever – the duo of Corvair, visits the melancholic and of the dark, with surprising lightness and effervescent positivity.

In ‘Sailor Down’ the indie rock band, clicks with the visions of their 3 decades long relationship that has garnered them the fulfillment of today.

From pop to jangly confessional, chugging groovers to molten guitar anthems, the new album is laden with turns of phrase and prodigious melodies, which the two voices leaping to meet to dance with prolonged gazes and amazements.

Recorded in Seattle, the album features drummer Eric Eagle (Jesse Sykes, Wayne Horvitz) and Martin Feveyear (Queens of the Stone Age, Presidents of the USA) in the engineer’s helm.

Brian Naubert and Heather Larimer, together make this dynamism happen.

The album drops February 19, 2021.

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