Cordial Sins II Gladden House Sessions 2019< < Back to
Making the short trek from Columbus to Nelsonville, The Cordial Sins joined us at the Gladden House Sessions Friday as the third session of the day. Combining front woman Liz Fisher’s training in classical violin and her spunky vocals with cofounder Corey Dickerson’s gritty guitar riffs, the Cordial Sins’ alternative rock-pop sensation came to life in front of the Nelsonville Music Festival audience.
Although the two went to high school together, they never hung out or started playing music together until afterwards. After releasing a handful of electrifying singles in 2018 and just recently completing a U.S. tour opening for Elvis Depressedly, The Cordial Sins have received great affection and attention. The band has been showcased on stages shared with The Flaming Lips, Twin Peaks, Wolf Alice, and more, as well as being featured on various Spotify playlists and being named Columbus’ MusicFestNews’ “Band of the Month” this past April.
The Cordial Sins began their performance with their 2018 singles, “Not Enough,” and “Sick of the Hype,” and ended with their yet-to-be-released track, “Cruel.”