From a town down in Mexico called Tecate, sprang indie singer/songwriter Carla Morrison with a voice that has captured many. She first began as the vocalist/key boardist on Babaluca, but has since left the band to start her own journey. With the help of singer Natalia Lafourcade, she debuted her latest album last year where she takes her sweet and melancholic voice to another level.
Morrison gives her fans a peek into her life back home through her recently released documentary, “Dolores a Colores.” The documentary spans across two weeks of Morrison’s life as she prepares for a performance on September 16, 2010. In that short amount of time, the documentary captures her charm not only through her friends and family, but by the every day moments and silly stories Morrison lives and tells. “Dolores a Colores,” an Artilleria production, was directed by Jesus Vasquez and produced by Verona Chang.
Watch “Dolores a Colores” below: