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Here’s a special one. Caroline Rose‘s “Loner” album is a great collection of potential hit singles. Fired one after the other like there’s no tomorrow. It’s a full on, indiepop, alternative and indie body of work that drips dark humor, fun, and comedic look on her personality. Caroline Rose has been blinking on our radars for some time now has she was recommended by her mother Nancy (who’s behind the packaging and design of the cover art). Nancy Rose, who’s also an acquaintance of my own Parentals and Grandmother. Talk of six-degrees of separation…

I’d say this album was as much inspired by Justin Timberlake and Britney Spears as it was late 70s punk.

Anyway, I thought I’d add my own little piece to the mounting attention “Loner” is getting on the world stage and introduce you dear readers to her brilliant music. Inspired by the likes of Kate Bush, Justin Timberlake and Britney Spears as well as late seventies punk, “Loner” will impress with its witty, cheeky satire and will bring you mile-long smiles on this gloomy Monday afternoon.

The album was co-produced by Paul Butler (who worked alongside Devendra Banhart and Michael Kiwanuka to name a few) and Caroline Rose herself at Stinson Beach, California’s Panoramic Studios four years after her debut album “I Will Not Be Afraid”.

Listen to our favourite tracks off “Loner”, the second album by Caroline Rose now available via New West:

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