Coral Island is the 10th studio album from British neo-psychedelic indie band The Coral, released on Run On/Modern Sky on 30th April. Named after a fun park in Blackpool and designed as a double concept album, it was heavily influenced by Stanley Unwin’s absurdist mini monologues connecting tracks on The Small Faces’ Ogdens’ Nut Gone […]
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