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Learn About Something Epic with Caroline Romano

I recently had the opportunity to exclusively interview Caroline Romano to learn five random facts about herself and the story behind her single " A Brief Epic". Check out my interview with Caroline below:

Loryn: If you could open a show for any artist, who would it be?

Caroline: Some of my biggest inspirations are Taylor Swift, Noah Kahan, The 1975, Jon Bellion, Lorde, and Lizzy McAlpine. It would literally be a dream come true to open for any of those artists.

Loryn: What is the story behind your EP, 'A Brief Epic'?

Caroline: I guess it’s both a long and short story all at once. I was in my first relationship early last year. It started in January and was over by the summer, so it was short-lived, but it affected me in ways I think I’ll carry with me forever. I don’t know if it was just those first love feelings or if there really was something epic about it, but I began to view it as some sort of Greek tragedy. That’s how it felt. I wrote the EP, accidentally, really, in the few months following our breakup, and I realized I had written a linear story of the relationship. It was brief yet lasting and beautifully tragic. 'A Brief Epic' was the only way I could think to describe it.

Loryn: How would you describe your music in one sentence?

Caroline: I write really sad folk songs to upbeat pop tracks.

Loryn: Thus far, what's a favorite memory or something quirky that's taken place in your career (in-studio, onstage, or elsewhere)?

Caroline: I remember the first time I saw some people singing along to my songs at a show. That was unreal. It was a small thing, but it literally meant the world to know that there are people out there listening to my music.

Loryn: What message do you hope your fans get from your music?

Caroline: I hope my music makes people feel whatever emotion they’re looking for in the moment. I hope people take away that life is beautiful and tragic and messy and unruly and fun and unknown, but despite all that, everything is going to be okay. I want people to feel the most intense of those emotions with the most assuring hope at the end of it all. I just want to make good music.

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