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Home | Corlyx Tackle Mental Illness in Their New Song “Porcelain Skin”. Announce Label Signing and New Album

Corlyx Tackle Mental Illness in Their New Song “Porcelain Skin”. Announce Label Signing and New Album

Corlyx Tackle Mental Illness in Their New Music Video “Porcelain Skin”. Announce New Album “Together Apart”

Porcelain Skin Premieres on Post-Punk.com

Darkwave/Post-Punk artists Corlyx announce their new album Together Apart and release their new music video Porcelain Skin

Corlyx announce they have signed with label Negative Gain, and will release their new album Together Apart, worldwide on September 15th. To introduce this new album the band is premiering their first single and music video, Porcelain Skin. The song tackles mental health issues and how they affect those you love and the ones around them. Vocalist Caitlin Stokes explains the inspiration behind Porcelain Skin and the filming of the video for it…

This song is actually about my mother who suffers from severe mental illnesses, I wanted to finally write about her finding the beauty in her incredibly fragile state, when we finished the track we were still in lockdown so making a video without being able to leave the home studio was a bit challenging but we managed to get creative with some green screen fx and made the best out of our isolation, a much needed creative outlet for us

Corlyx’s new album Together Apart continues the evolution of their sound. Never ones to stay within one lane on their musical style, Caitlin explains the writing process behind the new album…

This is the first time we sat down as song writers and decided to focus on a genre, with Corlyx we often just write creatively and then label the sound afterwards. After putting out a pretty large body of work dedicated to industrial influences we thought it was time to make a proper goth album. Both of us are huge fans of Post Punk and 80’s goth bands, we hope our current fans will appreciate the new direction we have gone with this record and feel really passionate about this work.

Porcelain Skin premiered on Post-Punk.com and can be seen by clicking the image below.



1. White Wolf 

2. We See Red 

3. Find The Killer 

4. Porcelain Skin 

5. When The Witch Comes Out 

6. Jump In 

7. Stitches From California 

8. Black Wind 

9. Your Love Is A Curse 

10. Cold

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