Carla J. Easton is the indomitable Princess of DIY Pop with a Post-Punk Ethos, fast emerging as one of Scotland's significant voices and prolific writers from Glasgow's rich musical landscape.
Carla follows the runaway sell-out and critically acclaimed success of her debut
album Homemade Lemonade (as Ette) with lush symphonic arrangements for her second solo offering Impossible Stuff. Produced by Howard Bilerman, who counts Arcade Fire, Leonard Cohen and British Sea Power on his CV, Impossible Stuff sees Carla J. Easton maturing musically with this exceptional Spectoresque offering of ambitious symphonic sounds.
Impossible Stuff is released on Friday 5th October via Olive Grove Records on limited edition duck egg-blue 12'' Vinyl and all digital outlets.
Joining Carla in London will be Jamie Sutherland, from Glasgow indie stalwarts Broken Records.
"Wonderful" - Marc Riley, BBC 6Music
''Like Lulu backed by LCD Soundsystem'' - Is This Music
"Easton's coquettish vocals display a bolshy edge reminiscent of a lo-fi Chvrches" - The Scotsman
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