Manchester indie rock/indie pop quartet Corella have announced the release of their debut full-length ‘Once Upon a Weekend‘.
To mark the announcement, the band has shared their new single, “Drifting” and it’s accompanying video.
Due to be released on out May 3rd through Believe, the 11-track record was produced and mixed by Ady Hall and Lee McCarthy at Sugar House. Pre-order your copy here.
Speaking about the new single they say: “Drifting is all about being younger and completely carefree. Exploring the jungle that is your neighbourhood, getting up to no good with your friends and making memories that last a lifetime. This transpires through later life as you try and find your path but never seem to find it, you just bounce from day to day doing as you please as you did when you were a kid.”
Of video, directed by Jay Brasier-Creagh, they added: “We wanted to capture the stories of our upbringing and childhood, but through an older man’s perspective of reminiscing on his fonder, younger years. Portraying the metaphor of drifting through life, seeing where your path takes you, but then ending up here- a care home. It’s the little things in life that trigger flash backs and all of sudden you’re encapsulated in your 10 year old self again, roaming care free with 0 responsibilities, out with your mates and living for the moment. We wanted the viewer to question – is it really reliving the past, or is it the reality of an old, tired mind loosing sanity and longing for that free spirit it once had.”
Check out “Drifting” below, followed by the album’s artwork and tracklist.
Once Upon A Weekend Tracklist:
- Don’t Stop Me
- Let Me Go
- Head Underwater
- Lady Messiah
- I Didn’t Know Your Name
- Tommy Loser
- Say You Wanna
- Rock The Boat