/TRACK OF THE WEEK: Cotillon “Alex’s Room”

TRACK OF THE WEEK: Cotillon “Alex’s Room”

Starting off with distorted guitar and indistinguishable background conversation, Cotillon’s latest single “Alex’s Room” sets listeners up for relaxation and nostalgia with this chill, fuzzy garage rock tune. It also may have listeners wondering, who is Alex, and why is anyone in his room?

The song is restless from the first line, as frontman Jordan Corso sings about a loss of inspiration and distraction from his passions, and it remains as such throughout its short two and a half minute span. It’s a soundtrack that channels frustrated youth sick of explaining their choices to their parents as they deal with hitting dead ends on the path to finding themselves and following their dreams. Like a teenager waiting around for a friend to rescue them from boredom, Corso waits listlessly for Alex, lost in ennui and taking stock of his wasted life as time slips away.

Similarly, we’ll be waiting impatiently for Cotillon’s upcoming sophomore album The Afternoons, out via Burger Records April 21st. Corso recently relocated from the West Coast to New York City and considers The Afternoons to be his “New York” album, pulling inspiration from living in a small New York City apartment and the romances, ups, downs, and in betweens he weathered in that time.

Listen to “Alex’s Room” below.

By |2018-08-09T17:07:42-04:00March 3rd, 2017|Editorial, FEATURES, MUSING, Reviews, Track of the Week|

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Nicole is a New Yorker born and raised who is always searching for new music to dance to. Music has been her obsession since she was thirteen and hopped into a circle pit at a local ska show for the first time. When not writing about shows and other circumstances in her life, Nicole can be found riding her sexy pink bike, cuddling up with her cat, or trying to find something to explore in Brooklyn.

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