Ramona Lisa

Last month Chairlift’s Caroline Polachek, who has become one of Brooklyn’s most in-demand collaborators in recent years, announced her debut solo album as Ramona Lisa. It’s called Arcadia, it was recorded on a laptop in Rome, and it represents Polachek’s stab at “pastoral electronic music.” We already heard the eerie title track; now comes a second single, a clattering, dystopian electro-pop tune called “Backwards And Upwards.” Check it out below in a lyric video with artwork that seems to be inspired by Italy’s many ornate cathedrals.

Arcadia is out 4/15 via Terrible.

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  1. hotdogs or legs has never sounded so good

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