With their latest release, ‘Asian Blood,’ the ladies of Tarah Who? are igniting the flames even further. They released a revitalizing music video on April 11. The song was inspired by the underground feminist punk movement known as Riot grrrl, which began in the early 1990s and lasted for two minutes. ‘Asian Blood,’ a song written by Tarah Carpenter and co-produced by Jason Orme (Alanis Morissette) and Tarah herself, is about growing older and realizing that the entertainment industry, whether in music or film, is unjust to artists (especially women) who feel the need to appear younger in order to obtain a role. Its catchy, 90s-inspired sound is also a reminder that time does not stand still for anyone. Even the talented vocalist Tarah was plagued by the worry of not being able to achieve her ambitions if she didn’t act quickly.
Tarah Who? is from Los Angeles, comprised of grunge-punk sage Tarah Carpenter and drummer/backing vocalist Coralie Hervé. They are well-known for creating music about relevant themes, particularly those pertaining to indie artists in the music industry. Take any of their songs, from ‘Bad Time’ to “Push Me,” and you’ll find that they all have substantial lyricism and profound energy, all at the same time. They are known for their provocative lyrics and energy. ‘Asian Blood,’ which was mixed and mastered by LA-based Norm Block (L7, Alain Johannes, Girl Friday) and NY-based Jesse Cannon (The Cure, The Misfits, Limp Bizkit), definitely turns heads and will attract a new audience.
‘Asian Blood’ is available for streaming on all major streaming services, including YouTube. Keep up with Tarah Who? on their website and Instagram for additional details.
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