Artist Highlight : Still Corners
Murray met Hughes by chance at a train stop in London when the train was diverted to an alternate station. Murray is originally from England and Hughes grew up in Arizona and Texas and moved to England for a number of years to pursue a life in music.
Still Corners self-released their debut EP, Remember Pepper?, on 13 June 2008, followed by a 7" single, "Don't Fall in Love", released by UK label The Great Pop Supplement on 30 August 2010.
The duo signed with record label Sub Pop in 2011 and issued their first full-length debut, Creatures of an Hour, to favourable reviews.
In October 2012, the band released a new single, "Fireflies", which was named "Best New Track" by Pitchfork.
In February 2013, Still Corners announced that their second album, Strange Pleasures, would be released on Sub Pop in May 2013. The second single, "Berlin Lovers", received widespread coverage. Strange Pleasures was issued on 7 May.
On 29 June 2016, the band announced the 16 September release of their third album, Dead Blue, on their own Wrecking Light Records label; Still Corners also shared the video for the album's first single, "Lost Boys".
On 18 August 2018, the band released their fourth album Slow Air via Wrecking Light Records. Following the release Still Corners toured extensively in Europe, North America, and Asia.