REVIEW | Coralcrown – Birth


Hailing from London, Luis Gotor has plenty of experience as a musician, having been part of several bands and so forth. But following the break-up of his last one and after spending time regaining inspiration for what he does best, he established his own solo project – Coralcrown.

After working hard behind-the-scenes for a long period, he is ready to deliver the results in the form of the Birth EP.

He marks his presence immediately with She Is A Saint. The harmonies are fine and eloquent, the trumpets are utterly slick and the chorus is wonderfully infectious. Between The Lights isn’t too different, albeit with a kick up in tempo and a bouncy melody to boot.

Whoever is distinct for not only the writing clearly influenced by Quentin Tarantino, but also dashing guitar chords and a consistently smooth bass line, plus the drumming takes lead in the closing moments, and soon Luis progresses to a fluid finish with the warm Treehouse.

Birth is a delightful record donning many qualities that will get the listener hooked with ease, and a style that shines as a breath of fresh air. Luis has undisputed talent, and we can only hope that it doesn’t go unnoticed, because he deserves to be reveled in.


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