Tracks like “Path of the Chosen Arrow”, and “Mach” are very upbeat and enjoyable to listen to. The lack of vocals in the song actually makes these tracks better. Songs like these could probably fall under the 'jam' category where the band just plays, but the songs have very defined structure, including their intro. The premier vocal song is “Of Kings and Cowards” with memorable guitar riffs and dual harmonies. The final track, “The Desert” is a slower tune and enters with a backwards guitar which leads to the soothing vocals of Marie Landragin, but builds to Corsair’s signature crosstalk between guitars.
Corsair consists of members Paul Sebring and Marie Landragin for guitars and vocals, Jordan Brunk for bass and vocals, and Aaron Lipscombe on drums. Although released back in April of last year, Corsair’s self-titled album is just now gaining recognition for their simple and old-fashioned sound.
You can check out the band's website here.