You can now hear Corridor’s ‘Domino’, a new single and insistent highlight from forthcoming album, Junior. The band’s inventive genius is on full display here, showcasing what might be their best trick – creating singular tunes that are purposeful, full of song-craft, even as they let loose, slip their collar.
Commenting on the track, singer/guitarist Jonathan Robert said: "People are often glorifying what being an Artist or a musician can mean. Art doesn’t necessarily make you a better person. There can be angst, stress and so on. It can have a negative, direct impact on the people closest to you. ‘Domino’ is about navigating just that. It is the first song out of Junior that we’ve composed and we’ve played it live quite a few times already."
The Montreal-based band will release Junior on October 18 worldwide through Sub Pop with the exception of Canada through Bonsound. With Junior, the group make the most dazzling, immediate and inventive album of their young career: 39 minutes of darting and dodging guitars, spiralling vocal harmonies, and the complicated, goldenrod nostalgia of a Sunday mid-afternoon.
'Junior' track list:
5. Agent double
7. Grand cheval