Grunge punk duo Tarah Who? Are gearing up for their new album, Supposedly A Man, out tomorrow (24th). The due follows the group’s 2020 EP, 64 Women, dedicated to 64 women detained in an immigration detention center in downtown LA on November 19, 2014, alongside vocalist Tarah Carpenter. Now, the project is ready to unleash their new album, which continues vital subjects involving gender equality, immigration reform, and more. Today (23rd), the duo has teamed up with Metal Insider for an exclusive early album stream.
The group comments:
“You may find in previous interviews that we wanted to name this album “Exposed” and that I worked with our graphic designer Angie Joseph, with the idea of mug shots and a police file. “Exposed” was simple and it described what the songs were about. Every song of the album is either exposing an emotion, an event. a situation, a behavior etc… Few months went by, and I am listening to Alexa as I am cooking and I am getting frustrated as I am asking her to play a specific song, but she keeps playing other songs, from that album in which that single was from. She was doing that with several artists, and then I realized.. “Wait a minute.. is this a new thing??” I started checking out new releases. It might not be new, but I definitely noticed it. Miley Cyrus, Dua Lipa, The Chicks, The Foo Fighters, Royal Blood, they all do it!! “ok! let’s give it a shot!” I said. Let’s call our new album “Supposedly, A Man”, keep “Exposed” somewhere on the cover… and let’s see what happens. “
Listen to the album below and pre-order here: