corook

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Named as one of PEOPLE's "Emerging Artists" to watch and The Advocate's "7 Queer Artists For Your Fall Playlist," corook [pronounced co-rook] aka Corinne Savage (yes that's their real last name) is a singer, songwriter, producer, multi-instrumentalist who grew up going to a performing arts high school where they came out as QUEERAF their senior year and eventually graduated from the esteemed Berklee College of Music with two degrees.

Now living in Nashville, corook most recently shared their new EP, serious person (part 2), the second installment of their two-part serious person project. serious person (partMore

Named as one of PEOPLE's "Emerging Artists" to watch and The Advocate's "7 Queer Artists For Your Fall Playlist," corook [pronounced co-rook] aka Corinne Savage (yes that's their real last name) is a singer, songwriter, producer, multi-instrumentalist who grew up going to a performing arts high school where they came out as QUEERAF their senior year and eventually graduated from the esteemed Berklee College of Music with two degrees.

Now living in Nashville, corook most recently shared their new EP, serious person (part 2), the second installment of their two-part serious person project. serious person (part 1) arrived earlier this summer and included the viral self-acceptance anthem, "if i were a fish (ft. olivia barton)." Co-written with their girlfriend and fellow musician, Olivia Barton, as a response to internet hate and feeling emotional, insecure, and out of place, "if i were a fish" came together in ten minutes before it was posted to TikTok where it received an incredible response, earning 18.9M views, 2.9M likes and 386.7K shares and counting, which led them to record a full version of the song following an outpouring of love and support on social media. The track is their biggest streaming debut to date with over 22.6M+ global audio streams and counting. It first premiered on BBC Radio 1's Future Pop and since then, corook has been profiled by NPR, Rolling Stone, The New York Times, Boston Globe and more. They also just released their picture book, If I Were A Fish.

corook has become known for their ability to tackle deeply personal themes in their music and visuals through a humorous lens. In the spring of 2022, they released their debut EP, achoo!, featuring such surprising and insightful tracks as "idk god," "degree," "bad friend," and "sims" in addition to the fan favorite "snakes." As their community of fans began to grow, further releases followed, among them the viral adult lullaby, "it's ok!," the unrestrained "BDSM," super-hot "hell yeah," the heartfelt "your mom," and ode to self-worth, "smoothie." After spending much of 2022 on the road, including their first-ever live runs, supporting K.Flay and Jukebox the Ghost, as well as their debut festival performance at Bonnaroo (featured in Rolling Stone), the rising musician went on to join Maddie Zahm as special guest on her sold-out "You Might Not Like Her" tour, followed by their own headline serious person tour.

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