Clara-Nova, The Golden Age Review
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Sydney Wayser is known professionally as CLARA-NOVA, a guitarist, keyboard player and singer, this French-American is building a reputation in the alt-pop genre. With 3 albums and 2 EPs already out, CLARA-NOVA is now releasing her third EP, The Golden Age. The five songs are original in their wildness, overflowing with California youthful energy. CLARA-NOVA is pure, focused and conveys the emotional core of each track. CLARA-NOVA worked with producer Shawn Everett (Julian Casablancas, Ala- bama Shakes) on the project. Wayser is also collaborating with different Los Angeles based photographers on a mixed media series. The theme of the series is boundaries, borders and walls. Wayser says, “We build transparent walls to isolate us from each other and our social structure forms these boundaries. I hope this collection of photographs encourages people to reflect on how they put others in boxes or how they’ve been put in boxes of their own.” That’s the short of it!
The Golden Age
Scattered Hearts in the Parks of Cities
Release Date: November 8, 2018
Clara-Nova is giving the sounds of Pop+, which is catchy melodies, full productions and a song form full of vocal harmonies and musical surprises.