The Cordial Sins Drop Personal Anthem ”Dog Days”

The music created by The Cordial Sins can stealthily infiltrate your mind with swift precision.  With a delectable meld of shoegaze, harmonious indie rock and a snarling hint of grunge, the Columbus, Ohio ensemble are hard to ignore.  

The band, led by co-founders Liz Fisher (vocals, guitar, violin) and Corey Dickerson (guitar, vocals), gained notable momentum in 2019 with performances at Nelsonville Music Festival, Audiotree, and on support tours, along with their first label release, the In Memory EP (Diversion Records). The Cordial Sins have also been welcomed to share the stage with the likes of The Breeders, Foals, Wolf Alice and more.  

Dropping their first single since 2019, “Dog Days” It was written on the edge of the pandemic only to become Fisher’s personal anthem during moments of intense isolation and societal upheaval. “‘Dog Days’ is influenced by some of my favorite artists from the 90’s and early 00’s (i.e. Radiohead, Slowdive, Portishead) and the messages behind their music. I wanted to release it near the midterms because, to me, the song’s message is that change, however difficult, is an inevitable part of progress.”  

Buzzing guitars, ominous keys, and Fisher’s hollowing vocals lure you into a deeply dark, emotional place.  Don’t worry…Fisher repetitively chanting “Change is coming” followed by “The dog days of summer are behind us” gives listeners the assurance that all is going to be alright.

The Cordial Sins plan to drop their LP Small Talk in 2023.