Carla Geneve is an 18 year old singer-songwriter hailing from the songwriter affluent Great Southern coastal city of Albany, in West Australia. Carla's music is shaped by her experience as a south-west teenager, though her peers, local industry and music fans of all ages are touting her as the best talent to come from this music town in decades. Her debut EP ‘Storm in a Teacup’ was released as a 15 year old and it pricked ears locally and across West Australia’s South West, producing offers from Fairbridge Festival (2016) and the Nannup Music Festival (2017). Acutely literate, Carla's songwriting is delivered with dynamically robust vocals, a voice also found out front of Albany based Grunge Rock peddlers Locust. Citing influences including The Drones, Courtney Barnett and Mia Dyson, Carla casually slings from blatantly honest folk tunes on a mandolin to her rock lording Gibson SG effortlessly. In 2017 Carla is completing WAAPA’s Diploma of Contemporary music and her new track ‘Sharknet’ features on WAM’s Sounds of the Great Southern compilation (released May 27). Carla will be touring with Perth Indi Rock favourites Rag n Bone through the Wheatbelt in mid-May before heading into the studio in late 2017.