Carla Morrison

Monday Mix: Cave In, Carla Morrison, Allison de Groot and Tatiana Hargreaves

Long-running hard rock band Cave In released its newest album called “Heavy Pendulum” back in May. A highlight is the truly epic track “Nightmare Eyes.” Punctuated by piercing keys and synths and towering guitars, the song relishes every second of its electrifying seven-minute-long runtime. Carla Morrison...
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Carla Morrison Is Reborn: ‘I Needed to Let Go’

Click here to read the full article. It’s been a long five years for Carla Morrison. You could go over the laundry list of major life changes — putting her career on hold, moving to Paris, getting married, relocating to Los Angeles, losing her father, discovering her voice — but it wouldn’t do justice to the tumult and triumphs that led up to her latest album.  No, to truly appreciate her return to music, you have to understand that Morrison was ready to leave it all behind. In 2017, after nearly a decade of recording and touring, she quit. She didn’t...
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Carla Morrison reclaims her mental health in song and on social media

LOS ANGELES — Carla Morrison stepped away from the spotlight in 2018, 15 years after the Mexican singer-songwriter started performing with her first band, Babaluca. She had had enough of the persistent criticisms that came with fame. Strangers made cruel comments about her body, tattoos, lyrics, talent and musical style. When she performed, people would boo and flip her off.

Carla Morrison Talks Embracing Soul-Searching Journey With ‘El Renacimiento’: ‘I Just Wanted to Come Back to Life’

Click here to read the full article. Carla Morrison recalls the exact moment she knew something was off. It was just minutes before her concert in Cancun back in 2017, which seemed like it was about to get cancelled because it started pouring rain. “I remember thinking, ‘Ugh, please just let it get cancelled,'” the 35-year-old artist recalls saying. “I was over it.” It was the first time in her career, which she began at the age of 15, that she questioned if making music truly made her happy. “I just felt like people were more enamored with my work than...

After Walking Away From the Music Biz, Carla Morrison Is Back & Doing It Her Way

In 2010, Carla Morrison released “Compartir,” a sentimental love ballad expressing the yearn and angst of wanting to share life with someone who is far away, on her debut EP, Mientras Tú Dormías. The breakthrough single proved to be a popular dedication among first loves and engaged couples and helped the Mexican singer-songwriter establish herself among a rare class of young artists whose voice is truly their instrument. Morrison’s vocals stretch and bend words; her voice is delicate yet strong, and moves with ease between a vulnerable croon and the wail of hurt.

Win concert tickets to see Carla Morrison in Oklahoma City

Enter below for a chance to win a pair of tickets to see Carla Morrison in concert on Tuesday, May 24, 2022 at Tower Theatre in Oklahoma City. *See Tower Theatre's COVID-19 policy below. The contest closes at noon Monday, April 18, 2022. You can buy tickets to the concert...

Carla Morrison Announces First New Album in 5 Years, El Renacimiento

Carla Morrison has announced El Renacimiento her first album of new material since 2015’s Amor Supremo. The LP is due out April 29 via Cosmica. She’s also announced a new run of headlining tour dates, kicking off in May in Los Angeles at the Greek Theatre. Morrison is also opening for Coldplay on the Mexico dates of their 2022 world tour. Check out the full list of dates below.

Carla Morrison Announces ‘El Renacimiento,’ Her First Album in Nearly Seven Years

Click here to read the full article. It’s been nearly seven years since Mexican singer Carla Morrison released her last album Amor Supremo, a tender project that won her a Grammy nomination for Best Latin Rock, Urban or Alternative Album. Now, she’s announced that her long-awaited album El Renacimiento will arrive on April 29. The album is an extension of her gauzy sound and features more pop-driven songs, such as the previously released track “Ansiedad,” “No Me Llames”, “Obra de Arte,” and “Contigo.” In a statement, she said that El Renacimiento is her most personal project yet. “My other albums focused...