Good Day Noir Family,
our “E.A.Poets Approved/Bands We Like” section is dedicated to Coral Palms. I discovered this Band while shuffling songs on Spotify and I was fascinated by their style.
This band offers us very modern music, a pop-rock that hides something mysterious.
Although the music of this band does not have distorted guitars, I believe that there is a rock soul inside.
The chord progression is never predictable and banal and manages to entertain the listener from the first to the last second and keeps you glued to the speakers.
It feels like this band spent a lot of time in the rehearsal room to achieve such an enviable musical understanding.
A genre that is very popular nowadays, so I think that this band will have great success and will be able to excite the masses around the world.
Drink Too Much is Coral Palms’s Single Out Now!
Modern and Refined!
Coral Palms are a four-piece indie pop band conceived and created in Torquay, Devon. Now, currently based in London, band members Ollie, Will, Adriano and Callum deliver an infectious, breezy sound, planting palm trees and warm summer memories in your head. Lining every open road with a feeling that the sun’s still shining and driving you and your soul to somewhere light, bright and boozy. When a band’s vocalist is also their drummer, it’s time to buckle-up and inspect the unexpected. Coral Palms create a sound which is truly addictive.
Coral Palms take the modern, indie music that brought them together: Two Door Cinema Club, Foals, Fickle Friends, Noisey – the list goes on, and marry it to the feelings they get from anywhere and everywhere. Their loves, their stories, memories of music past and people present. Anything from Quincy Jones to David Bowie, if it moved them, they will make it move you.
There aren’t many bands who write music that feels like the personal, private property of several generations. But Coral Palms, thanks to old-fashioned hard graft, natural talent and the very highest standards, manage to bring the soul-lifting feel of a never-ending summer to new heights. Ollie and Will confide, “A lot of the themes in our lyrics revolve around youthful disarray, angst and of course romance, but musically, we really just wanted to make tunes that we know we’d bop to at festivals or at a party.”