Still Corners share new song and announce tour datesFar Rider is a new seven-minute piece by the dream-pop duo Still Corners.

Seemingly inspired by Joan Osborn and Chris Isaak’s Wicked Game, Far Rider is built around a blurry-sounding guitar riff. With its Americana vibes, the song conjures up long journeys and desert-like landscapes.

The track follows on from the release of their recent single Heavy Days and 2021 studio album The Last Exit. Louder Than War reviewed the record, describing it as dreamlike: “The Last Exit evokes abandoned dime store towns, mirage like shapes melting in the distance of dreamy Americana, and right now that escapism is just what we need.”

Still Corners will be heading off on tour in 2022 throughout the US and Europe to support their recent releases. See the full list of live dates here.

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