Single Review: Tarah Who? Released New Single “Supposedly a Man”
Written by Colin Naughton
Tarah Who? released a new single “Supposedly a Man” on September 17th, 2021
Tarah Who? Is an LA based Grunge Punk Rock power duo made up of Tarah Carpenter (Lead Vocals and Guitar) and Coralie Hervé (Drums and Backup Vocals). The band is inspired by artists such as Alanis Morissette, Foo Fighters, The Distillers, Nirvana, Pearl Jam, and Spinerette. The ladies of Tarah Who? are a fascinating flashback to 90’s rock with anthemic singalong choruses and a raw, grunge edge.
“Supposedly a Man” is a very grunge rock track with heavy powerful drumming and a hard core guitar riff that carries throughout the song. The lyrics are deep, meaningful and expose faults in male society. Tarah sings about how men often try to brag about their jobs or the money they make and how they ignore some of the more important qualities in one’s character. There is a lot more to life than what you have, it’s about who you are as a person. Carpenter sings about how she can’t find a man who has his shit together. It takes more than just a job to have your life together and Tarah Who? definitely brings that to light and highlights that fact in this song. I love the guitar work on this track, it is very punk, raw, grunge and heavy rock.
“Supposedly a Man” can be streamed on your preferred streaming service and you can follow Tarah Who? On Instagram, Facebook, Twitter and Spotify!
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