Alt-pop songstress, Caroline Romano, has recently dropped not one, but two brand-new tracks! “Oddities and Prodigies” and “Lonely Interlude” are now available to stream via all major streaming platforms!
Together, both tracks bring any listener pure joy. “Oddities and Prodigies” is an alternative anthem that you will have on repeat. If you’re a fan of the early work of Avril Lavigne (let’s face it, who isn’t?), then this is definitely the track for you! It has everything you want in a song; a catchy beat, memorable and relatable lyrics, and killer vocals – altogether creates a wonderful blend that will keep you hooked for weeks on end. It’s one of those songs where you don’t even want to listen to anything else…until you’ve played it 1000000x.
When talking about the track, Caroline Romano explains;
“‘Oddities and Prodigies’ is my life motto. For me, this song represents the beginning of my story. It’s the first page of the first chapter of this narrative I’m writing. I’ve set out on a quest to spin something beautiful, even if it is often tragic, as I don’t think you can have one without the other.”
“Lonely Interlude” was released alongside “Oddities and Prodigies” and works as a b-side. It has quite the contrast in terms of sound, but still has Caroline’s wonderful, signature vocals that are to die for. Whilst “Oddities and Prodigies” has more of an upbeat vibe to it, “Lonely Interlude” is much slower and works more as a ballad. It has an enchanting sound that you have never heard before. You’ll find yourself in a world of your own, deep in your own thoughts. It does make you think, but sometimes we need a song that can get us right in the feels.
One thing that both tracks have in common, is that they are both equally addictive, but in different ways. If you want to have a bit of a fun sing along, then “Oddities and Prodigies” is the one, but if you’re in more of a meaningful, emotional mood, then give “Lonely Interlude” a go. Either way, you’ll fall in love with Caroline’s music from the moment you press play.
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