CARR explores her psychotic side in ‘Sarasota’

"It was the end of our relationship and everything was super messy and falling apart so it’s about the reality of that situation."
8th April 2022

By Laura Z

Exploring the realms of slacker pop and bedroom indie, rising US star CARR shares her new single ‘Sarasota’. A track that, lyrically explores the toxic traits of a break-up, it’s a powerful piece of psych-driven indie full of gorgeous nuances. 

Born out of boredom, CARR first showcased her sound with her 2021 debut album ‘I’m Just Bored’. A vibrant, honest and energetic body of work that found CARR producing short catchy indie-rock tracks that were full of angst and passion. She uses music as the purest form of self-expression, not afraid to say how she feels in an exciting and energetic manner. 

CARR will be performing at this year’s USC’s FemFest in Los Angeles on April 2nd 2022.

Speaking on the new single, CARR described that: “I wrote Sarasota about a real experience I had when I was staying with my boyfriend (at the time) and his family. It was the end of our relationship and everything was super messy and falling apart so it’s about the reality of that situation.  I wrote it as I was calmly observing our situation with vengeful vulnerability, as the other person was fully losing their mind in frustration.

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Photo by Jon Del Real

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