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Corduroy. - Single Review: I'm So Bored

03 Dec 2020 // A review by Bethany Mountford

I’m So Bored is the first single release from Corduroy.’s upcoming EP Poor Man’s Velvet.

As the first release of the EP, it shows a crisp, vibrant progression from previous releases which builds excitement for what's still to come. With a jangly guitar tone, an excellent anticipatory drum intro and a sweet bassline too, this song just sort of makes sense.   

The song frames false promises made to yourself in a way that isn’t guilt inducing, just a part of life. It’s light, uplifting and what’s more is that the lyrics come with the implication that dancing is the answer, which is a philosophy I can totally get behind. It’s fun, poppy, bedroom dancing music.  

Definitely don’t miss Corduroy. on their 10 stop tour this season! It will sound like summer personified. 

The full EP is to be release late February, so stay tuned.

Rating: ( 4 / 5 )
 

About Corduroy.

Corduroy. are a 5 piece band formed in 2017 in Wellington, New Zealand.

Since forming, they have gained a large following in Wellington, and a loyal fan base all around New Zealand. They have played sold out shows at Venues such as Caroline and Meow, and played alongside bands such as Mako Road and Mild Orange.

Corduroy. have two singles released on all streaming platforms, with their first single The Usual already gaining over 50,000 streams on Spotify. Their new single Waiting Game has recently been released, be sure to check them out!

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