Drifting, down tempo electronics with austere vocals...
C.A.R. (Credit: Kristina McCormick)

C.A.R. is one of the more individual voices flourishing in the nexus between electronic composition what you could loosely call standard songwriting.

A whimsical, freethinking talent, the electronic artist recently hooked up with The Ransom Note, with new single 'Daughters' emerging from that conversation.

Out on November 3rd (pre-order LINK), the pristine sound is reminiscent of Darkstar's 'North', that sense of synth pop with the temperature switched to minus zero.

Beautifully evocative sci-fi drenched composition, this is wonderfully dsytopian pop music of an electronic bent.

She sings: “Sitting on your broken bones, the years have slapped around...”

Clash has first play of the video, and it's genuinely entrancing.

Tune in now.

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