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Superstar

Caroline Rose

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Partly inspired by the 2001 film Mulholland Drive, Caroline Rose's synth-pop latest is like David Lynch for the influencer age. Press materials say Superstar is about "an anti-hero who moves to Hollywood… after receiving a wrong number call from the Chateau Marmont." The character pursues fame without any of the self-awareness Rose herself has in spades. From pie-eyed dreams ("Got to Go My Own Way") to donning a facade to fool the world (the Saint Etienne-esque "Someone New") to the pursuit of danger ("Freak Like Me," about falling for a dominatrix) to cataloging mistakes ("Back at the Beginning"), it's a rise and fall in 13 acts. "Feel the Way I Want" channels SoCal sunshine with bright synth squiggles while exposing the mixed messages women on social media receive — love yourself, but not too much or you'll be torn down. The music is as interesting as the storyline, with melodies that channel underwater worlds, 17th-century France, even '80s R&B: "Do You Think We'll Last Forever" bounces on an audacious rubber-band bass and Mary Jane Girls-worthy chorus. © Shelly Ridenour/Qobuz

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1
Nothing’s Impossible
00:04:08

Caroline Rose, Composer, MainArtist - Big Deal Beats/Give Me Back My Son Publishing (BMI), MusicPublisher

2020 New West Records, LLC 2020 Big Deal Beats/Give Me Back My Son Publishing (BMI)

2
Got to Go My Own Way
00:03:21

Caroline Rose, Composer, MainArtist - Big Deal Beats/Give Me Back My Son Publishing (BMI), MusicPublisher

2020 New West Records, LLC 2020 Big Deal Beats/Give Me Back My Son Publishing (BMI)

3
Do You Think We’ll Last Forever?
00:04:14

Caroline Rose, Composer, MainArtist - Big Deal Beats/Give Me Back My Son Publishing (BMI), MusicPublisher

2020 New West Records, LLC 2020 Big Deal Beats/Give Me Back My Son Publishing (BMI)

4
Feelings Are a Thing of the Past
00:01:03

Caroline Rose, Composer, MainArtist - Big Deal Beats/Give Me Back My Son Publishing (BMI), MusicPublisher

2020 New West Records, LLC 2020 Big Deal Beats/Give Me Back My Son Publishing (BMI)

5
Feel the Way I Want
00:04:03

Caroline Rose, Composer, MainArtist - Big Deal Beats/Give Me Back My Son Publishing (BMI), MusicPublisher

2020 New West Records, LLC 2020 Big Deal Beats/Give Me Back My Son Publishing (BMI)

6
Freak Like Me
00:03:42

Caroline Rose, Composer, MainArtist - Big Deal Beats/Give Me Back My Son Publishing (BMI), MusicPublisher

2020 New West Records, LLC 2020 Big Deal Beats/Give Me Back My Son Publishing (BMI)

7
Someone New
00:03:08

Caroline Rose, Composer, MainArtist - Big Deal Beats/Give Me Back My Son Publishing (BMI), MusicPublisher

2020 New West Records, LLC 2020 Big Deal Beats/Give Me Back My Son Publishing (BMI)

8
Pipe Dreams
00:03:25

Caroline Rose, Composer, MainArtist - Big Deal Beats/Give Me Back My Son Publishing (BMI), MusicPublisher

2020 New West Records, LLC 2020 Big Deal Beats/Give Me Back My Son Publishing (BMI)

9
Command Z
00:01:22

Caroline Rose, Composer, MainArtist - Big Deal Beats/Give Me Back My Son Publishing (BMI), MusicPublisher

2020 New West Records, LLC 2020 Big Deal Beats/Give Me Back My Son Publishing (BMI)

10
Back at the Beginning
00:04:21

Caroline Rose, Composer, MainArtist - Big Deal Beats/Give Me Back My Son Publishing (BMI), MusicPublisher

2020 New West Records, LLC 2020 Big Deal Beats/Give Me Back My Son Publishing (BMI)

11
I Took a Ride
00:05:11

Caroline Rose, Composer, MainArtist - Big Deal Beats/Give Me Back My Son Publishing (BMI), MusicPublisher

2020 New West Records, LLC 2020 Big Deal Beats/Give Me Back My Son Publishing (BMI)

Album Description

Partly inspired by the 2001 film Mulholland Drive, Caroline Rose's synth-pop latest is like David Lynch for the influencer age. Press materials say Superstar is about "an anti-hero who moves to Hollywood… after receiving a wrong number call from the Chateau Marmont." The character pursues fame without any of the self-awareness Rose herself has in spades. From pie-eyed dreams ("Got to Go My Own Way") to donning a facade to fool the world (the Saint Etienne-esque "Someone New") to the pursuit of danger ("Freak Like Me," about falling for a dominatrix) to cataloging mistakes ("Back at the Beginning"), it's a rise and fall in 13 acts. "Feel the Way I Want" channels SoCal sunshine with bright synth squiggles while exposing the mixed messages women on social media receive — love yourself, but not too much or you'll be torn down. The music is as interesting as the storyline, with melodies that channel underwater worlds, 17th-century France, even '80s R&B: "Do You Think We'll Last Forever" bounces on an audacious rubber-band bass and Mary Jane Girls-worthy chorus. © Shelly Ridenour/Qobuz

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