Posts Tagged ‘Soft Corporate’

May 19, 2018

It was a year ago that we first discovered Soft Corporate, right around the time they made their debut with Boats. We were immediately taken in by the band’s ruminative music. The four piece Melbourne outfit returns today with a leisurely brooding new chamber pop meets ambient rock single named Full Of Nothing. A haunting string section, courtesy of violinist Kelly Lane, joins pensive keys and melancholic vocals to create a quiet sense of unease. Our own hearts begin to ache rather blissfully as we ride the gentle tide of this beautifully mournful canticle. The band will be launching the single on June 2nd at The Toff In Town in Melbourne. Tickets are on sale now. Soft Corporate’s Full of Nothing is out now.

May 31, 2016

Soft Corporate, who initially kicked things off under the name When We Were Small, have made their official debut with a gorgeous tune named Boats. The endearing gem meanders dreamily before firmly marching with triumphant grandeur. Its glistening soft indie rock and ruminative indie pop are a striking introduction to Soft Corporate, a four piece from Melbourne, Australia. Lushly intricate, earnestly sweeping Boats seems to merge Local Natives, Bombay Bicycle Club, and COASTS altogether. The single comes as a first taste of Soft Corporates’ debut EP, Good Things Will Happen, recorded with producer Colin Leadbetter (Sarah Blasko, Whitley) late last year. I have a feeling more good things will come from this EP soon.