A few weeks ago, Caroline Romano released her new single “IRELAND IN 2009.” This song is perfect for getting ready to, very catchy and should be on your playlist.
This single is very much about being “far too young to understand anything and experiencing the all-or-nothing nature of the emotions associated with youth.” Her song writing skills display her witty, introspective and hopeful take on modernity, romanticism, and the highs and lows of being a young woman in today’s world, she refers to when she was 8 years old and how she would create these scenarios in her head and wanted them to all be true.
Her music is like a breath of fresh air, its new, its catchy and we’re already obsessed and we’re sure you will be to, Caroline Romano is creating a path of her own in the music industry. About the track, she says;
“I saw the movie Cherrybomb recently, that was made in Belfast, Ireland in 2009, and I thought it would be a lovely place to write this story. I’ve never been to Ireland, and I was only 8 years old in 2009, but I’m obsessed with scenarios I know I’ll never experience. I think we all have our own versions and our own times and places of ‘Ireland in 2009.’ I hope this song reminds you of yours.”
Despite being just 20 years old, she has already tapped into the hearts and ears of our generation with her songs and performances, “Ireland in 2009” was her way of expressing her emotions growing up and being a shy, quite student she felt she could really let go and be her true self writing and singing music. In 2020, Romano is ranked inside the Top 15 of the Billboard Dance chart with “I Still Remember (ft. R3HAB),” with the video alone garnering over one million views. Now with new released single “Ireland in 2009” she describes it as being similar to Romeo and Juliet it’s about teenage romance.
Her journey from begging her parents to take her to open mic nights in Nashville for her 13th birthday to now writing and releasing her own singles is so inspiring and proves that anything is possible, she is a great role model just speaking her truth and how she sees the world and her vision coming to life.
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