Carlos Truly (Ava Luna) Announces Debut Album ‘Not Mine’, Unveils New Song

    Brooklyn-raised producer Carlos Hernandez (of Ava Luna) has announced his debut album as Carlos Truly. Not Mine lands on July 1 via Bayonet Records. Today, Hernandez has shared lead single ‘108th’, which was co-produced with his brother Tony Seltzer. Check out the April Wen-directed video for the song below.

    “I’d like to leave a bit of mystery here, but do some research sometime on the displacements that occurred during the planning of Central Park. I went to high school on E. 94th street, so most of my first relationship played out in its paths and woods,” Hernandez explained in a statement. “That really is a moment frozen in time for me, a personal history – and yet, let’s take a moment to acknowledge how our personal histories play out in a continuum, and how every inch of ground we walk is shared with the histories and stories of everyone who came before. This land was stolen, then stolen again, then stolen again – all so she and I could share our beautiful moment. So whenever I find myself somewhere new, I give pause before talking about ‘my street!'”

    Not Mine Cover Artwork:

    Not Mine Tracklist:

    1. New Growth
    2. Why Suffer??
    3. Dumb Desire
    4. Vessel
    5. 108th
    6. (my turn)
    7. Breakdown
    8. Cold Hands
    9. A Strange Bird
    10. Your Sound
    11. Quietness

    Konstantinos Pappis
    Konstantinos Pappis
    Konstantinos Pappis is a writer, journalist, and music editor at Our Culture. His work has also appeared in Pitchfork, GIGsoup, and other publications. He currently lives in Athens, Greece.

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