Written and performed by Carla dal Forno.

‘Fast Moving Cars’ produced by CDF & Tarquin Manek; ‘Better Yet’ produced by CDF.

Mastered by Noel Summerville.
Cover photograph by Matthew Linde.

7″ vinyl pressed at Optimal and housed in disco-bag sleeve with download code included.

Customers who pre-order the 7″ direct from Blackest Ever Black will receive a full download (MP3/FLAC) of the single via email on or shortly before the official release date.

This release will also be available to buy separately on digital formats.


  • A. Fast Moving Cars (3:31)
  • B. Better Yet (3:28)
Carla dal Forno

Fast Moving Cars   BLACKEST052

‘Fast Moving Cars’: the debut solo single from Carla dal Forno (F ingers, Tarcar). Poignant, minimalist, happy/sad art-pop…Both a song of devotion and a dream of leaving. Languid, dubwise, stoned-immaculate, but with a heartbreaking clarity and economy of expression.

Production and arrangement is poised and precise: heavy, rooted bassline, metallic percussion, astral synth-drift and whispers of reverb that conspire to open space rather than fill it. It’s the perfect staging for CDF’s voice, a floating alto at once coolly detached and disarmingly close, human, relatable.

“Don’t be so daft, do something exciting…”  The lyrics are frank; fluent in the feelings that underpin the beginning, middle and end of a relationship. Is this music of loss or of gain? Resignation or resolve? Escape or escapism?

(Can I dance to it?)