Corelia, one of the most promising up-and-coming bands in the independent prog movement, released their debut EP Nostalgia a little over a year ago this month, which truly goes to show that time does fly by! Nostalgia still feels quite fresh through the past year, which is something you can’t even say about some releases we’ve seen just over the past few months. Apparently the fans and the band are still digging on it a bit as well, as more new content from the record’s material is finding its way to our eyes and ears. Earlier this year, we got a new edition of Nostalgia that had instrumentals, acapellas, demos, and live recordings. If only more bands were as open and accessible with their material! Both releases are available on the band’s Bandcamp page.

Now we’re starting to get video out of Corelia as well, with a newly released live studio video of the band performing their track ‘The Sound Of Glaciers Moving.‘ It’s shot and edited quite well, and the band perform the track perfectly. You can watch the video below:

The video comes as Corelia are gearing up for a local/regional California tour starting this week. Here are the dates:

Sep. 19 – Whisky a Go Go – West Hollywood, CA
Sep. 20 – Jerry’s Pizza – Bakersfield, CA
Sep. 21 – Origami Lounge – Chico, CA
Sep. 22 – The Red House – Walnut Creek, CA
Sep. 23 – House of Blues – San Diego, CA

Make it out to see them if you can. If the studio performance is any indication, it should be a good show!

– JR


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