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audio ‘stache: Carolina Liar’s Sophomore Album “Wild Blessed Freedom” Is Now Available!


Acclaimed pop rock band Carolina Liar self-release their highly anticipated new album WILD BLESSED FREEDOM. Recorded with producers Max Martin (Katy Perry, Avril Lavigne, Pink), Shellback (Usher, Ke$ha) and Tobias Karlsson in Stockholm and Los Angeles, the album is the first independent release for the group, who made their major label debut in 2008 with Coming To Terms, a disc hailed by Rolling Stone for “fusing the anthemic elements of U2 and the Killers with the electro production of Swedish pop maestro Max Martin.”

Carolina Liar recently teamed with VEVO to premiere the video for lead single “Drown.” “Drown” is also being spotlighted in promos for the hit CBS-TV series Hawaii Five-0, and the band recently performed the song as part of a special set for DirecTV’s Guitar Center Sessions, which will air later this fall. The band also shot a set for a Guitar Center podcast, which included an acoustic performance of new song “Me and You,” which can be seen above.

On October 10th, the band (vocalist/guitarist Chad Wolf, lead guitarist Rickard Goransson, bassist/keyboardist Johan Carlsson and drummer Peter Karlsson) will launch a fall tour with Gavin DeGraw and David Cook. Click here for tour dates.

Drown - Single, Carolina Liar


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