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THE B-SIDE
carolesdaughter (last night/Arista)
2/4/21

WHAT IT IS: Like a fairytale heroine combined with a goth teenage dream, piercings on her face and D.I.Y. spikes affixed to her shoes, 18-year-old SoCal singer/songwriter/multi-instrumentalist carolesdaughter, neé Thea Taylor,captivates without fear or filter. Taylor spent much of her turbulent youth bouncing between five different high schools, eventually falling down a rabbit hole of drugs and multiple trips to rehab. Making a promise to pursue music upon returning home, Taylor ended up making major waves with her striking single, “violent.” With its moody 808s, acoustic guitar and vengeful lyrics, the track quickly amassed millions of streams independently and now boasts 60m+ streams globally. With her refreshingly honest lyricism and penchant for poignancy, carolesdaughter is lined up for a solid 2021.
SINGLE: “violent”

INTERNET: 75m+ global streams, 2m+ Spotify monthly listeners; “violent” on 36 Spotify Viral Charts; featured on Spotify’s Pop Rising, Tear Drop; Apple Music’s Wildflower, In My Room; international support from Jack SaundersNext Wave program (BBC Radio 1, U.K.) and Triple J (Australia); YouTube Artist on the Rise
RADIO: Entercom’s “Pick of the Week” on all Alternative stations from 1/18

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