Jordan Corso is Cotillon, an intricate and chaotic artist currently based in NYC. He hails from both coasts—having kick started his musical career in San Francisco, where he birthed his first self-titled LP, and now NYC where his second LP, entitled “The Afternoons,” is expected to be released this coming spring, between Modern Sky Entertainment (Beijing, China) and Burger Records.
Recently, Cotillon shared “Black Sea” off of his upcoming album. The track keeps his vibe of messy yet classy, however, this track is heavily heaping with New Yorker inspirations. By that I mean (and if you’ve ever lived sometime in NYC you’ll understand) it gives off an air of inspirational depression; like that of an artist’s muse, for instance, the one that inspired Gogh to chop his ear off. The track brings you down, while also taking you on the high road that everyone yearns to ride. The steadiness of it slows your heart rate, while the melodic strums of the guitar and soothing vocals convinces you to dream big and keep those rosy colored glasses on. “Black Sea” should get everyone excited for the release of the rest of the LP!
Luckily for all of us listeners, Cotillon has released upcoming tour dates for the U.S., Canada, and the U.K. (below). To hear the new track check it out on Soundcloud and to find out more on Cotillon follow him on Bandcamp, Facebook, Instagram, & Twitter!
03.14 – Dallas @ SX Foreplay Festival
03.15 – 3.21 – Austin @ SXSW
04.18 – Los Angeles @ The Bootleg Theatre W/ Brian Bell
04.20 – San Francisco @ The Rickshaw Stop W/ Brian Bell
04.21 – Portland @ Analog Lounge W/ Brian Bell
04.22 – Seattle @ The Funhouse W/ Brian Bell
04.25 – Beijing @ SOTX Festival
04.30 – Beijing @ Strawberry Festival
05.01 – Shanghai @ Strawberry festival
05.03 – Taiwan @ Spring Wave Festival
05.04 – 05.10 – Japan club tour
05.11 – 05.16 – Australia club tour
05.27 – 05.28 – Liverpool @ Sound City Liverpool Festival