Louisville's George Carnes shared a psychedelic new single from his upcoming album
Louisville musician George Carnes just released "Pardon You," the lead single from his upcoming self-titled album. The song follows the release of his debut EP Rainbows Falling Over, and this time, Carnes opted for a more lush, psychedelic sound as compared to the intimate, guitar-driven EP.
Carnes says the song "started as an outro jam to another song and I kept recording different versions of it over the course of a year or so. The vocal was pretty much a freestyle, as was the guitar. The idea of the song was for it to be the “explosion” of sorts of the timid sounding song that precedes it, which I call “Pardon Me”. I was trying to capture some of the energy that comes from the music of Mac Miller and Led Zeppelin."
Of the upcoming album, he shared,
George Carnes self-titled album is expected to be released in May. Listen to the single "Pardon You" below.