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Laura Carbone ‘Who’s Gonna Save You’ : Grows with no inhibitions, irk with desire amid the shadows of the common.

Laura Carbone

From ‘Empty Sea’, Laura Carbone and her band live at Rockpalast (2019) and recorded at Harmonie, Bonn, the grating obviousness of the rock that grows with no inhibitions, irk with desire amid the shadows of the common.

Accompanied by an alluring video that’s sonically driven by its taunting, foreboding bass, and switching between the B-&-W grit of her 2019 Rockpalast show to a furtive lady in red who emerges from the shadows, overlooking her realm. And then the question, “Who’s gonna save you?”

Drilling past the normal, Laura and the gang has been mesmerizing folks for what it seems to be eons.

With’ the upcoming live performance record, let’s re-visit the goodness.

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🌟 New on Patreon: A Podcast 🌟 I’m excited to share my lastest experiment with you. This is the first Episode of the upcoming series "What it takes to create a record". I want to take you behind the scenes of the creation of a record and share and highlight the energies that are needed, their time, their capacity, their magic and spirit. The joys and the frustrations in creation. A couple of Sundays ago I sat down with my band to have a conversation. We're talking about our recent lockdown experiences, our three week rehearsal called "North American Tour" and what it's like to play a show – live on television – with our families and friends from all around the world watching us play. So excited for you to listen, for your feedback and questions. Please welcome my band: Brodie Myles White (bass, vocals), Mark Eric Lewis (guitar, vocals) and Jeff Collier (drums, vocals) Find the whole conversation on Patreon.com/Lauracarbone The guest of my next Episode will be Philipp Welsing from @originalmastering (Photo: Julia Beyer, Rockpalast Harmonie Bonn 10/2019)

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