Ask Carol – ‘Tonight’ Single Out Now!

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Ask Carol – ‘Tonight’

Oslo-based duo Ask Carol has released the spell-binding single ‘Tonight’, in March 2022.

An attention-grabbing guitar opens the release. It is filled with gorgeous distortion that fills the sonic spectrum with vivid colour.

Then, as the soulful vocals enter, the audience is captivated. The vocal performance is breathtaking, featuring a wide range and a gorgeous tone.

We adore the memorable riffs that fill the song too. ‘Tonight’ has been intelligently composed and arranged.

We can not believe that Ask Carol are only a duo. They have a big and impressive sound that fills the sonic spectrum. We would love to see this dynamic duo perform live!

In addition, the mix, production and master of ‘Tonight’ set the single alight and we are sure Ask Carol will win an army of new fans with this release!

Ask Carol reminds us of bands such as The Kills and the Yeah Yeah Yeahs but make no mistake Ask Carol are making music all of their own.


Previously, the duo has toured in the Philippines, Japan, South Korea, Scandinavia, and SXSW twice. In addition, they have supported The Brian Jonestown Massacre too. They are a formidable duo who are only just getting started.

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We are excited that Ask Carol has their debut album planned for release in summer 2022. After hearing ‘Tonight’, we can not wait for the full release to drop! Make sure you follow the band’s socials below to be the first to hear about new music!

ChoVan Records

Released on ChoVan Records, the duo’s label, ‘Tonight’, is a release you do not want to miss this March 2022. It is a wonderful single that sets Ask Carol as artists on the rise this year, and we highly anticipate what they will do next.

Until then, ‘Tonight’ is available to stream from the link below today; enjoy!

FVMusicBlog March 2022

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