Play It All

Shamefully, Caitlin Rose is one of those artists that I somehow managed to miss posting about after a single solitary post back in the day. Why, ask you? Because “Shanghai Cigarettes” and “For The Rabbits”1 were two of my favourite songs of 2010, I reply, and shamefully I forgot at the end of the year. But that was then and this is now. For she has a new record coming out, named “The Stand-In”, and lead single/track/download/Soundcloud whatsit is “No One To Call”.

And it’s bombastic, passionate, melodic, heartfelt, and over far, far too soon for its own good. I’ve just listened to it three times in a row. You should too.

It reminds me of prime Roy Orbison mixed with Loretta Lynn, produced by Phil Spector before he went crazy(er) and started shooting people. February 25th can’t come soon enough.

1See here:

Oh, and here:

Can you believe she was a teenager when she wrote these? Taylor Swift, eat your heart out.

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  1. jtrntr

     /  November 13, 2012

    >Can you believe she was a teenager when she wrote these? Taylor Swift, eat your heart out.

    Caitlin’s mum, Liz Rose, is one of Taylor Swift’s main song writers!

  2. loftandlost

     /  November 14, 2012

    Blimey, I didn’t know that! Talented family…

  3. jtrntr

     /  November 14, 2012

    I don’t know much of Taylor’s stuff but it was a bit of a curveball! Caitlin’s first album was wonderful, I appreciate this one is bigger but I hope it doesn’t lose what made that one so special. I liked the new track more and more after I listened to it however.

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