Caroline Polacheck is the stunning voice you probs recognize from Chairlift. She also has her own solo project called Ramona Lisa, in which she often paints a second set of eyes on her face and I want to steal that look. Last year she released her self-produced album Arcadia and today the Piano Versions is out via Terrible Records. As the title implies, it's an EP of piano versions of Ramona Lisa songs. Check out "Walking in The Cemetery" below.
Loving this new solo project from Chairlift's Caroline Polachek. Soft and stunning stuff.
Her album Arcadia comes out tomorrow via Terrible Records.
She describes it as "a document of being alone," which I absolutely adore.
Because Dev Hynes is too cool. Because Caroline Polachek of Chairlift sings on the track. Because Adam Bainbridge of Kindness directs. Because the video tells the story of Dev visiting his mother’s Guyanese hometown for the first time, and meeting his grandfather. Because it'll both turn you to mush and make you dance. Good combo.
Above is the Japanese version but incase you're not fluent there's an English version below. The babe NY duo play Pitchfork Festival later today.