C.A.R. return to The Social, their home away from home, to celebrate the launch of new single Anzu. Performing live alongside an extra special roster of friends and family DJs, this promises to be a proper pre-festive knees up.
Anzu is a song drenched in personal history – about bygone days, when life revolved around a now-lost pub in a sewn-up pocket of town. References might scream from the sleeve but we’re not swimming in nostalgia. This is a deceivingly dark song. Any sweetness chased at the time ain’t to be sugar-coated.
C.A.R. (Choosing Acronyms Randomly) is a musical project conceived by Chloé Raunet, a multi-faceted creative, living in London. Their music travels between pumping electronica, post-punk and warming, introspective pop, all emanating from a self-confessed crush on too many genres.
After a pandemic induced break, C.A.R.’s returned with a vengeance alongside London legend, Joni Green. The pair have been wooing crowds around the capital and are busy in studio, mixing album #4