Carina Round Previews Forthcoming Full-Length with New Single, “The Last Time,” on Nov. 8


Carina Round, the evocative British-born songwriter, gives fans a sneak peek from her 2012 full-length album on Nov. 8 with the release of two songs: “The Last Time” and “Girl and the Ghost (Puscifer remix).”

The songs will be available digitally through The Orchard and as a limited edition 7″ through Manimal Records.  Included with the digital single is a video for “The Last Time” directed by Scott Rhea and featuring Sierra Swan.

“Made in the creative circus of Los Angeles completely independent of any labels I’ve had the freedom and time to access a lot of different Carinas on this record,” explains Carina.  “It has also allowed me the profound opportunity to develop a loving and supportive community of talented musicians, artists, videographers and other collaborators around me which made for a really creative space.  Producing again with Dan Burns helped me tie together all the different ideas I was feeling ranging from huge guitar ragers, to acoustic guitar songs, to electronic based epics, to melodic pop-tastics and some stuff in between. On top of that, having the chance to work with and learn from some of the most colossal artists in the world is more than the icing on the cake.”

Carina, who has been praised by NME, The New York Times and Spin for her fiery performances and emotionally-charged recordings, has had quite a year between working on her hotly anticipated new album coming Spring 2012 (which includes collaborations with Billy Corgan, Dave Stewart and Brian Eno), working with Maynard James Keenan on the forthcoming Puscifer album release The Conditions of My Parole, contributing vocals to The Twilight Singer’s album Dynamite Steps, co-founding the alt-country outfit The Early Winters, and re-teaming with Slow Motion Addict producer Glen Ballard on music for the film Valentine’s Day.

Carina self-released the Things You Should Know EP in 2009 to much critical success and a slew of film and television placements.  Her 2007 full-length album, Slow Motion Addict, was described by the LA Weekly as “seductively dangerous” while Filter Magazine said of her ever-evolving style: “just when you think you have her pinned as punk, she entrances you in flighty reverie.”


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