Video Premiere: Corner Suns "The Rattle In The Room"

Merging neo-psyche and baroque pop influences, along with sharp songwriting, the Dallas-based duo Corner Suns captivate those who are fans of artists such as The Zombies, Magnetic Fields, and The Shins. Corner Suns – John Dufilho (The Apples In Stereo, The Deathray Davies) and Brandon Carr (The Earlies) – released their self-titled debut in January; memorable vocals and pop hooks offer listeners some incredible tunes.
“My original idea for this record was for it to be really heavy,” says Dufilho. “I wanted to make something that sounded like Black Sabbath, but I realized that I had no idea how to write songs like that.”
“It’s true, our psychedelic Black Sabbath concept was a misadventure,” Carr jokes. “My voice was still muddled from the years off, but John helped me find it again, and the songs really began to come together.”
Today Ghettoblaster has the pleasure of premiering Corner Suns video for “The Rattle In The Room” – the most recent single taken from the self-titled album. The track also features vocals from singer-songwriter Sarah Jaffe. Locals in Dallas will quickly take notice on the location of where the video was shot, Good Records.
“It was just one continuous shot,” says Dufilho. “One angle, start to finish. I zoomed in, changed colors, used fish eye lenses, mirror imaging, stretched, pushed and pulled until the image matched the one in my head, ha!”

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