Carla dal Forno cultivates new EP The Garden for Blackest Ever Black, shares title track

Carla dal Forno cultivates new EP The Garden for Blackest Ever Black, shares title track
Carla dal Forno brings dub-pop back where it belongs: the bedroom.

Heads up, all you music/planet earth aficionados: Melbourne-born citizen of the electronic music world Carla dal Forno has announced the follow up to her well-received debut You Know What It’s Like — which quietly impressed plenty of beautiful, well-dressed, and hard-to-impress people last year.

Her latest, green-thumbed mini-missive comes in the form of a four song EP called The Garden, and it’s being released October 6 on Blackest Ever Black. The record is tipped to see dal Forno turn up the pulse from the slinky bedroom electronics she employed on her debut album and push her sound and aesthetic into bold new corners of the bedroom, including void-chasing drone-rock (“We Shouldn’t Have to Wait”), electronic pop fantasy in the vein of the Stereolab/Broadcast nexus (“Clusters”) and dark psychedelia (“The Garden”).

Pre-order it over here, check out the cover art and tracklisting, and fix your peepers on the (presumably) environmentally friendly video for the EP’s title track down below.


The Garden tracklisting:

01. We Shouldn’t Have To Wait
02. Clusters
03. Make Up Talk
04. The Garden

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