CORY WELLS

NEW VIDEO FOR ‘CEMENT’ PREMIER ON ROCK SOUND

ALBUM THE WAY WE ARE
OUT, TOMORROW 15TH NOVEMBER VIA PURE NOISE RECORDS

ANNOUNCES UK/EU TOUR FOR 2020

Acoustic singer/songwriter Cory Wells, who is currently on the road with Dashboard Confessional has today released a brand new video for ‘Cement’

“No relationship is perfect – people seem to turn and run at the first sign of unhappiness. A relationship of pure happiness is just not realistic, and this song highlights that and what it means to persevere.” – Cory Wells.

The video which is premiering on Rock Sound online is a anther taster fro his stunning album, ‘They Way We Are’, due out tomorrow, 15th November on Pure Noise Records.

Fans can pre-order the record here.

Earlier this month he announced that he will be touring Europe /UK in January 2020 with special guest Lizzy Farrall.

CORY WELLS · EU/UK TOUR 2020
Special Guests: LIZZY FARRALL

17.01.20 Germany Cologne @ MTC Bar
19.01.20 Germany Leipzig @ Naumanns
20.01.20 Germany Hamburg @ Hafenklang
21.01.20 Germany Berlin @ Auster Club
22.01.20 Germany Frankfurt @ Ponyhof
23.01.20 Belgium Antwerp @ Bouckenborgh
24.01.20 UK London @ St Pancras Old Church
25.01.20 UK Birmingham @ The Victoria

Across his debut album’s 12 songs, Wells plays the role of shapeshifter: Just when you’ve got him figured out, he unleashes new musical elements – a ferocious scream (“Walk Away”) that eventually gives way to soaring falsetto (“Cement”), stirring acoustic guitar that crescendos into fiery full-band fare. The ghosts of new-era emo torchbearers (including Dashboard Confessional’s Chris Carrabba, a contributor on “Fall Apart”) are alive and well in his lush beds of acoustic-based rock, but Wells isn’t actively summoning them. Rather, he’s a decidedly patient songwriter, waiting for the right time to pair a searing lyric with the throat-shredding vocal performance it demands.

Wells launched his solo project in 2017 with his first release for Pure Noise Records, the How to Tear Apart the Ones You Love EP, and follow-up single “End of a Good Thing” quickly became a viral hit in 2018, racking up millions of YouTube views and Spotify streams and introducing fans around the world to Wells’ storytelling.

At this point in his still-young career as a solo artist, Wells is in an enviable position: As a true student of music in all its styles and forms (“Every genre has its place, and I appreciate something from all of it.”), he’s a songwriter without limits. He’s already masterfully distilled the songs of his youth – the emotional ferocity of metal, the heart-on-sleeve confessionalism of emo and salt-of-the-earth universality of folk – into the music of his present, and looking forward, there seems to be no telling how Wells’ music will evolve from here.

You get the sense the singer prefers it that way. As it stands, he’s having too much fun keeping listeners – and even himself – anticipating what will come next.

“I could write a ton of different styles of songs, but as long as I sing them like I mean it, the songs will resonate,” he says. “I played metal because I liked it. I play this music because I love it.

Wells will release his debut full-length album The Way We Are on 15th November via Pure Noise Records. To pre-order, please visit: smarturl.it/cwthewayweare

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