NYC-via-California’s Cotillon, aka Jordan Corso, is now streaming the song “Alex’s Room” of his upcoming album, The Afternoons. The sophomore release is slated for an April 21st co-release via Burger Records (cassette) and Modern Sky Entertainment (digital/LP).

Penned in a small NYC apartment, The Afternoons was co-produced by Al Carlson (St. Vincent, Wild Nothing, Ariel Pink) and Shane Butler (Quilt) and, according to the artist, “draws influence from big city culture, French new wave, Japanese literature, uppers, downers, and a romantic relationship.”

Cotillon is set to perform at this year’s SXSW festival ahead of a tour with The Relationship (feat. Weezer’s Brian Bell).

The Afternoons Track Listing:

01. Secret
02. Promises 1
03. Promises 2
04. I Like People
05. Black Sea
06. SFO
07. Alex’s Room
08. 10 Dish Set
09. Fang
10. Staying In

Tour Dates:

03/14 – Dallas, TX @ Crown & Harp
03/15-21 – Austin, TX @ SXSW
04/18 – Los Angeles, CA @ Bootleg Theater*
04/20 – San Francisco, CA @ Rickshaw Stop*
04/21 – Portland, OR @ Analog Lounge*
04/22 – Seattle, WA @ The Funhouse*
04/27 – Beijing, China @ Sound of the Xity showcase (afternoon)
04/29 – Beijing, China @ Strawberry Festival
04/30 – Shanghai, China @ Strawberry Festival
05/03 – Taiwan @ Spring Wave Festival
05/06 – Matsumoto, Japan @ TBD
05/07 – Sendai, Japan @ FAM
05/09 – Tokyo, Japan @ X Girl
05/10 – Tokyo, Japan @ Shimokitizawa Three
* w/ The Relationship

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