With the shimmeringdesert noir sound Still Corners has become known for, their new album The Last Exit takes you on a hypnotic journey, one filled with dilapidated towns, mysterious shapes onthe horizon, and long trips that blur the line between what’s there and not there. Greg says, “We foundsomething out there in the desert–something in the vast landscapesthat went on forever.

With a galloping beat, teardrop vocals and silver-tone guitar, The Last Exit races down a lonely highway to destination unknown. Elegant and searching with a grand piano ending, The Last Exit will remind you of another world beyond the one you see.

Their latest single ‘Heavy Days’ was released on 14 september.

Jason Quever has been releasing timeless guitar-based dream pop as Papercuts since 2004, impervious to trends or micro genres that have come and gone around him. In that regard, his contemporaries are artists like Hiss Golden Messenger, Fruit Bats, Andy Shauf or Kings of Convenience – artists who are more concerned with song craft and perfecting their sound, and less concerned with gimmicks or fitting into a specific scene.

Past Life Regression is his new album and it’s a journey into the dreamier reaches of psychedelic folk-pop that digs deep into influences as wide-ranging as The West CoastPop Art Experimental Band, Spiritualized, Echo & The Bunnymen, Leonard Cohen and late 60s pop of various flavors.