TARAH WHO? – ASIAN BLOOD
The ladies of Tarah Who? continue to flare up with their newest offering, ‘Asian Blood.’ This two-minute rock production was inspired by the underground feminist punk movement, Riot grrrl, that began during the early 1990s. Produced by Jason Orme (Alanis Morissette) and Tarah Carpenter herself, ‘Asian Blood’ is about getting older and realizing that the industry, whether music or movie, is unjust to artists (especially women) who sometimes feel the need to look younger to obtain a role.
With an enthralling reminiscence to 90s rock, the track is also a reflection that time doesn’t wait – Tarah’s birthday was approaching, and even though she feels healthy and energetic, the fear of not being able to achieve her goals hit her.
‘’Strange feeling that fear of getting old
It’s not the wrinkles I’m so scared of
I’ve been blessed by Asian Blood
But where is time, going?’’
Tarah Who? is an LA-based power duo composed of grunge-punk sage Tarah Carpenter and drummer/backing vocalist Coralie Hervé. Known for their bold lyrics and exuberance, their previous releases like ‘Bad Time’ and “Push Me’ have received exceptionally good reviews from most critics. Mixed by LA-based Norm Block (L7, Alain Johannes, Girl Friday) and mastered by NY-based Jesse Cannon (The Cure, The Misfits, Limp Bizkit), ‘Asian Blood’ will undoubtedly turn heads and amass a new audience.
‘Asian Blood’ is now available for streaming in US and UK via Spotify and all major platforms.