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Hailing from the great state of Michigan, Carielle was formed by six friends from different treks of life, wishing to write music that reflected their beliefs and experiences. After a year of extensive writing and touring, they released their debut EP on September 7, 2012 entitled “Still Lungs”.
“The album tells about how life can take your breath away, in one way or another, and all the different ways in which that can happen,” explains guitarist Cody Flowers. For example, their debut single, "Say So Long," tells of a breathtaking love that can only be found in something greater than ourselves. Where as, "Virginia Woolf" depicts a much darker picture of love lost and the tragic reality that there is pain and sorrow.
Holding an infectious live performance that is as engaging as it is entertaining, the indie rock outfit is looking forward to the new year, anticipating a follow up full-length album and extensive touring in the summer months. With a sound that HM Magazine dubbed as “Quite refreshing and wonderful,” expect more from Carielle in the days to come.