Recent LA-to-SF transplant Cotillon continues to forge his way into the depths of local territory with a new video for “Gloom”. The band’s frontman Jordan Corso teamed up with Brian Wakefield (EMOTIONAL, Melted Toys) to shoot and edit the video over the course of one sunny Monday in February.
“Gloom” itself opens Cotillon’s self-titled debut LP, telling the story of a breakup and ruminating on being alone. Directed by Wakefield and shot all within the band’s own San Francisco neighborhood, the video captures Corso traversing Bernal Hill, overlaid with a noisy TV screen and shots of the band playing in Corso’s drummer’s house.
See Cotillon perform during Noise Pop, opening for Craft Spells and The Bilinda Butchers at the Great American Music Hall on Wednesday, February 25.
Craft Spells, The Bilinda Butchers, Cotillon, Balms
Great American Music Hall
February 25, 2015
8pm, $16 (all ages)