|1||Side By Side|
|3||The Garden Of Earthly Delights|
|6||Mind You're On|
|7||Slumber (feat Thomas Bush) (feat Thomas Bush)|
Carla dal Forno resurfaces with the news of her third album via her own Kallista Records imprint on November 4, 2022.
Now based in the township of Castlemaine, Central Victoria, the Australian artist returns self-assured and firmly settled within the dense eucalypt bushlands. Dal Forno grapples with ideas of home, disorder and insomnia in the swift pop structures of her DIY/post-punk forebearers such as Young Marble Giants, Virginia Astley and Broadcast. Three years since the launch of her label, Kallista Records, dal Forno finds stability in Castlemaine (pop. 6,750), her third home city in as many albums. After nearly a decade of moving, recording and touring out of Berlin and London, »Come Around« embodies a newfound solitude born of/in elemental pop hooks and enlightened songwriting. The title track offers the best example of this confident, fresh candor. It's an elegant invite into dal Forno's sharp new focus beckoning old friends, relationships and audiences into her resettled home. This meandering pop hit strikes between the melodic simplicity of Anna Domino and YMG and the arrangement hooks of The Cannanes and Movietone, capturing dal Forno at her most welcoming with arms wide open.
Other tracks recall the bass driven heft of dal Forno's previous work but where past albums projected the pastoral idyll from the urban jungles of Berlin and London, the lyricism and production on »Come Around« embody her current lived experience in the Australian regions where space, strong bonds and solitude are in high supply.