REVIEW | Coralcrown – Birth

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Hailing from London, Luis Gotor has plenty of experience as a musician, having been part of several bands and so forth. But following the break-up of his last one and after spending time regaining inspiration for what he does best, he established his own solo project – Coralcrown.

After working hard behind-the-scenes for a long period, he is ready to deliver the results in the form of the Birth EP.

He marks his presence immediately with She Is A Saint. The harmonies are fine and eloquent, the trumpets are utterly slick and the chorus is wonderfully infectious. Between The Lights isn’t too different, albeit with a kick up in tempo and a bouncy melody to boot.

Whoever is distinct for not only the writing clearly influenced by Quentin Tarantino, but also dashing guitar chords and a consistently smooth bass line, plus the drumming takes lead in the closing moments, and soon Luis progresses to a fluid finish with the warm Treehouse.

Birth is a delightful record donning many qualities that will get the listener hooked with ease, and a style that shines as a breath of fresh air. Luis has undisputed talent, and we can only hope that it doesn’t go unnoticed, because he deserves to be reveled in.


“BIRTH” IS AVAILABLE ON FRIDAY 13TH APRIL


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