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Tarah Who?’s Punk Rock Love Letter to Mom

Tarah Who?

Tarah Who? is the name of the Los Angeles based Rock & Roll duo of singer/songwriter and multi-instrumentalist Tarah Carpenter and drummer/percussionist Coralie Hervé. Since their debut in 2014 the group has been rocking their brand of guitar driven, punk-fueled Alternative Rock. In that time they have released a steady stream of singles, EPs and albums. Since last year they have dropped over a half dozen tracks and connected with fans around the globe.

“La petite Boche: Un Amour De Guerre” is the latest single from Tarah Who?, released worldwide to all major streaming services on May 21, 2021. The track is a Punk rock love letter to Tarah’s mother. Carpenter, who was born in France, was raised by the daughter of a German soldier and a French citizen. Growing up, Tarah’s mother was teased by the other French children with the nickname ‘La petite Boche.’ Roughly translated it means “the little German.”

On the new single, Tarah Who? turns the derogatory title into a term of endearment. With a sound that is equal parts 90’s Alternative and 70’s Punk, the band rocks out a touching love letter for Mother’s Day. The genre and style are no coincidence as a love of music is something that Tarah and her mother have shared since the singer was a child.

Listening to music was one of our things. My mom shared with me the bands she used to go see live and I would share with her the bands I discovered. You never know as a kid what is going to be special. But looking back, that is one of the moments that sticks out as influential.

Tarah Carpenter (Tarah Who?)

Check out the “La petite Boche: Un Amour De Guerre” video below. You can also hear the track on the Deep Indie Dive playlist. Follow the links below the video to connect with Tarah Who? Get on their socials and get in the loop on all of the current and future projects from this exciting duo.


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