Carla Dal Forno‘s new album, Come Around, comes out November 4 via her own label Kallista Records.
It has already been three years since Carla Dal Forno released the haunting Look Up Sharp. Since, the Australian multi-instrumentalist and songwriter left London and Berlin and returned to live on her native island, in Castlemaine in Central Victoria, where she crafted her freshly announced third album, Come Around. Along with this news, Dal Forno also revealed the title track and lead single, which proves that her music did not lose its distinctive dreaminess and laidbackness during her hiatus.
“‘Come Around’ was inspired by a guy I used to play in a band with,” she stated about this track with some dub inclinations. “I really admired the way he played guitar. He had this laid back strum that was effortless and cool. I was mucking around at home one day trying to imitate the way he played and I wrote ‘Come Around’. I wrote the song during a carefree springtime and I loved working on it while recording this album. There’s a lightness and openness to it, which I feel quite liberated by. It reminds me of a life I once had with very few responsibilities.”
Watch the accompanying visuals, edited by frequent collaborator Ludovic Sauvage, and pre-order the album via Bandcamp below.