The Pains of Being Pure at Heart and Laura Carbone Team Up for New Song

"The Flowers Beneath Our Feet" Out Now via Duchess Box

Sep 13, 2018 Bookmark and Share


The Pains of Being Pure at Heart have teamed up with Berlin's Laura Carbone for a new song, "The Flowers Beneath Our Feet." The single is available via Duchess Box. Carbone supported The Pains of Being Pure at Heart in Europe earlier this year, which is how the collaboration came about. Check out the song below via a video for the track.

The Pains of Being Pure at Heart's frontman Kip Berman had this to say about the song in a press release: "On our joint tour, Laura's talent and artistic mind truly impressed me, and we agreed to collaborate on a new song together. I am grateful that Laura took this song to places I never could on my own, her voice conveying all the power and powerlessness of unbridled desire."

Carbone had this to say: "Creating this song with Kip has been an amazing experience - it meant a lot to me to collaborate...and to receive his trust into my way of approaching music, sound and production. I will always cherish our time on tour and being able to record and work together between New York and Berlin."

The Pains of Being Pure at Heart's last album, The Echo of Pleasure, came out in September 2017 via the band's own label, Painbow. The Echo of Pleasure was the follow-up to 2014's Days of Abandon. Read our 2014 article on The Pains of Being Pure at Heart and Days of Abandon, and our bonus 2014 Q&A with Berman.

Laura Carbone Tour Dates:

F09/19 Hamburg @ Reeperbahn Festival.
01/09 Düsseldorf @ Tube
01/10 Leipzig @ Naumanns
01/11 Hamburg @ Molotow (Upstairs)
01/13 München @ Backstage Club
01/14 Nürnberg @ Club Stereo
01/15 Wien (A) @ Chelsea
01/17 Frankfurt @ Nachtleben
01/18 Köln @ Stereo Wonderland / Subway
01/19 Berlin @ Berghain Kantine
01/20 Hannover @ Lux

Support Under the Radar on Patreon.



Comments

Submit your comment

Name Required

Email Required, will not be published

URL

Remember my personal information
Notify me of follow-up comments?

Please enter the word you see in the image below:

There are no comments for this entry yet.