PREMIERE: You’ll abuse the repeat button after watching Coridian’s new clip Reflections

Coridian have unleashed a balancing act like no other with their latest clip Reflections. Fusing fiery vocals and heavy hitting instrumentals with Japanese influenced visuals, the New Zealand four-piece firmly establish themselves as one of best new names in Kiwi rock.

The hard strumming outfit is made up of Kris Raven, Mike Raven and Nick Raven, with vocal powerhouse Dity joining the Raven brothers to complete Coridian. Influences are found in artists such as Arcane Roots, A Perfect Circle, City of Souls, Deftones, and Portishead.

As the third single for their 2017 album Caldera, latest track Reflections continues with the band’s signature flair and attitude. Directed by Mardo El-Noor, the clip captures a performance infused with passion and framed through a minimalist design.


Reflections from Coridian is a ferociously cool clip stamped by raw energy and emotion. Sharp and design savvy, the video flaunts alt-rock traits with minimalist visuals.

With elements of a Japanese-infused graphic design poster, the clip roars along with satisfyingly symmetrical framing. Reflections is an all-encompassing sensory experience, and it’s this fusion of influences that makes up the perfect pairing. You’re bound to abuse the repeat button on this one.

Coridian are no strangers to the game. Having worked with some of the best talent in New Zealand music, the group are cementing their spot on the Kiwi scene and Australia is sure to follow suit. Their dynamic and electrifying stage presence has seen them play alongside acts such as P.O.D, Fuel, Devilskin, City of Souls, I AM GIANT, Skinny Hobos, and Ekko Park, among others.

Reflections is available now across major streaming services. You can catch the Kiwi prog-rockers on the live circuit at any of the dates below.


June 8 – Treehouse Restaurant & Bar, New Plymouth – Details
June 9 – San Fran, Wellington – Details 
June 15 – Totara St, Tauranga – Details
June 16 – Small Stage, Big Sound Festival, Auckland – Details