In 2004, Carbon Leaf signed with major indie Vanguard, tapping into an even wider audience with greater exposure for their next trio of albums (Indian Summer, Love, Loss, Hope, Repeat and Nothing Rhymes with Woman) through high-profile touring opportunities and television and film placement.
The year 2010 was a watershed one for Carbon Leaf; after splitting from Vanguard early in the year, they self-released How the West Was One and the holiday-themed Christmas Child, while the Denon Music soundtrack to the second Curious George movie featured six new or newly recorded Carbon Leaf songs.
Last year saw the release of the band’s second official live album Live, Acoustic...And in Cinemascope! and they’re currently recording new material for a studio album that will likely drop sometime next year, proving that Carbon Leaf’s freshly independent third act may be their most successful and satisfying.
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