Nu-metal Duo Tarah Who? Releases The New Single “La petite Boche: Un Amour De Guerre” On The Occasion of Mother’s Day in France

Tarah Who? releases “La Petite Boche: Un Amour De Guerre,” which Tarah Carpenter, lead vocalist, dedicated to her mother for Mother’s Day this year. It is a pepped-up rock song filled with guitar and drum rhythms. She shares a beautiful musical connection with her mother, and in “La Petite Boche: Un Amour De Guerre” Tarah has perfectly expressed her love for her. The song’s title was inspired by her mother’s childhood nickname, “la petite boche.”

Tarah, originally from France, commented how she came up with the title for the song: “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 stick out as influential.”

Tarah’s grandfather was a German soldier, and her grandmother was French. As a result, her French classmates used the phrase “la petite boche” as a slur, loosely translating to “the little German.” “La Petite Boche: Un Amour De Guerre” reclaims the insult and recasts it in terms of love and appreciation.

The power duo Tarah Who? is comprised of Tarah Carpenter and drummer/backing vocalist Coralie Hervé. Based in Los Angeles, Tarah Carpenter is a fiery frontwoman whose compositions are both poised and intensely emotional. They have already made a buzz in the industry, releasing two full-length albums, three EPs, and a single of raw punky rock n’ roll. Besides, the duo has earned feature-story coverage from GIG Radar, La Grosse Radio, Kill The Music, Music Connection, Loud Stuff, Muzak, and The Ringmaster. 

“La petite Boche: Un Amour De Guerre” is available now on all major platforms, and the music video will be released on May 28th.

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