Corella return with melodic single ‘Let On’

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Manchester’s high-flyers Corella return in melodic and pulsating style on new cut ‘Let On’.

The Ones To Watch 2019 artists echoes powerful vocals, melodic guitars and pulsating drum rhythms that the four-piece has become well-known for. ‘Let On’ is no different – it expertly showcases the talent behind every member.

The group met at university in Manchester and have since been making an impact on the tele with their refreshing indie-pop tracks. ITV, BBC Sport, BBC Introducing and even Manchester United featured previous single ‘Island’ on the big screens.

Currently bouncing between the studio and the road, Corella has an impressive live catalogue. Appearances include Truck, Y NOT, Tramlines and The Great Escape. This was followed by a UK tour which included their biggest headline show to date at a sold-out Academy 3 in Manchester.

Joel Smith (Vocals), Ben Henderson (Bass & Vocals), Jack Taylor (Guitar) and James Fawcett (Drums) will be playing a headline show at London’s Camden Assembly on Tuesday, 22nd January as part of the LiveNation Spotlight series. We’re not the only ones that see Corella’s potential.

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  • Melodic riffs
  • Pulsating rhythm

Summary

The Ones To Watch 2019 artists echoes powerful vocals, melodic guitars and pulsating drum rhythms that the four-piece has become well-known for. And 'Let On' is no different - it expertly showcases the talent behind every member.
8.5

ICM Rating