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“I wanted to explore the extremes in music, playing with noise, feedbacks and chaos. It’s a song about being thin skinned, about not being able to absorb outside influences and getting bruises the moment something touches you. It’s kind of a manic-depressive song with a super strong vibe.”

Berlin singer Laura Carbone released her debut solo album ‘Sirens’ back in 2015. She originally started with the popular electro-punk band Deine Jugend. Playing With Chaos is out on Duchess Box Records.

 

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