With the release of their latest single ‘Head Underwater’, Manchester’s Corella continues to solidify their place as one of the most exciting bands to emerge from the UK indie scene. The quartet follow the success of recent singles ‘Drifting‘ and ‘Don’t Stop Me‘ with another euphoric offering that effortlessly blends raw indie-rock power with infectious hooks and hedonistic lyricism.

From the moment ‘Head Underwater’ kicks in, it’s clear that Corella are on a mission to captivate listeners with their anthemic sound. The track pulses with energy, driven by thunderous hooks that demand attention. It’s a song that begs to be played at full volume, with each riff and beat propelling the listener into a state of euphoria.

Lyrically, ‘Head Underwater’ delves into the exhilarating feeling of letting go and embracing the night. The band describes it as a moment where inhibitions are cast aside, and the thrill of living in the moment takes over. It’s a sentiment that resonates deeply, capturing the essence of youthful rebellion and the joy of losing oneself in the music.

What sets Corella apart is their ability to craft songs that feel both familiar and fresh. While their influences may be rooted in indie-rock staples like Foals and Two Door Cinema Club, they inject their own unique energy and personality into every track. With ‘Head Underwater’, they’ve created a modern anthem that speaks to the universal desire for connection and escapism through music.

As Corella gears up for a UK headline tour and a string of festival appearances, ‘Head Underwater’ serves as a thrilling taste of what’s to come. It’s a reminder of the band’s talent and potential, leaving listeners eager to join them on their musical journey. If this single is any indication, Corella is destined for even greater heights in the years to come.

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