Carly Paradis: The Crushing Weight Of History (f/ Jonas Bjerre)

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  • 1.11.19


Carly Paradis is the consistently rising neoclassical and film composer, collaborator to the acclaimed Clint Mansell, and all around creator who's earned accolades for her first two albums, as well as her score for the BBC drama series, Line of Duty.

Paradis' third album, Nothing Is Something is set for release on November 29th, 2019, and includes collaborations with guest musicians, Michael Stein (of S U R V I V E), Douglas Dare (Erased Tapes), Tamar-Kali, Mew’s Jonas Bjerre and more.

"It was an honor to work with so many talented singers and artists I adore, and see how they interpret my work," Carly comments. "For me, the different voices embody the concept that life’s essential growing pains and feelings are not just mine but shared by everyone, and when you think there’s nothing, it’s actually something. Whether the space in the sky above us, or the feeling of hopelessness, it’s still something, and I find that comforting and universal."

Opening track, The Crushing Weight of History, recalls the experimental, electronic pop intricacy of acts like Broadcast and Stereolab, while it remains true to Paradis' trustworthy, blissful and elaborate musicality.




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