The Coral Bring Their Cool Breeze To Life!

The Coral Bring Their Cool Breeze To Life!

The sun is out, and summer is at our door. If you don’t have plans for the weekend, we may have some great recommendations for you. The Coral’s new record, Coral Island, is out now. They also released new colorful visuals for their song ‘Change Your Mind.’ Who’s in for a watch party?

Image Source: courtesy of Perspective Communications

Something For Your Bookshelves

The Coral cools the Mersey river waves in Liverpool with their new album. We travel back and forth to Coral Island since the release in many ways. You can listen, but you can read too. Alongside their record, you can explore their paradisiac island with Over Coral Island. Illustrated by Ian Skelly and written by Nick Power, it’s your perfect summer read. The Merseyside band created the perfect visual companion to tell their stories while we enjoy the psychedelic melodies from Coral Island. Use your imagination and feel the good vibes.

Get the book on the official store here. You can get a little glimpse of what’s inside in the trailer below.

The Perfect Remedy

Who wasn’t inspired by The Beatles? Hailing from the same region, The Coral pursue that folk rock’n’roll psychedelic ventures on their tenth album Coral Island. Do you feel down and want to find a remedy? We may have found the perfect natural medicine. The beautiful ‘Change Your Mind’ animated video will instantly put a smile on your face. The moving artworks from John Eaton in stop-motion are a huge source of happiness. The video highlights the countryside vibing to Americana-style music. The images follow the guitars in a superb synchronization, and it’s a pure bundle of joy. ‘Change Your Mind’ mixes a spoon of Bob Dylan and sixties poetry along with R.E.M’s delicate breeze of nostalgia.

Watch the wonderful world of Hoylake’s finest songwriter here.

How many times did you watch this video? We bet you had it on repeat just like us. Share your thoughts with us on Twitter @TheHoneyPOP, Facebook, or Instagram.

The summer vibes hit us and there’s another lovely song to prove it over here!


Featured Image Source: Andrew Cotterill

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[…] from the Merseyside, who recently unveiled their second EP Meet The Parents. Fans of The Lathums or The Coral will appreciate that fresh breeze. We hop from one bop to another on the five-track record. From […]

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