Caroline Romano & Julian Rose Join Forces On "Fighting A War"


Caroline Romano & Julian Rose Join Forces On "Fighting A War"

LA-based artist Julian Rose and alt-pop powerhouse Caroline Romano reveal their dynamic new collaborative single, “Fighting A War.”

Alternating between Julian’s R&B-tinged vocals and Caroline’s breezy voice, “Fighting A War” grapples with the push-and-pull of modern romance. It’s a reflective and lushly textured track that highlights the best of Caroline and Julian’s different musical universes.

Caroline adds, “Julian and I sat down to write this Summer while I was in LA. He came up with the chorus in the first fifteen minutes and, from there, we both found ourselves in two different parts of the same story. We wrote what each of us wanted to separately, and the final product is what you hear when we put everything together for the first time. I think it’s a universally relatable song. The clinging to something that once was, the loneliness of walking around a newly desolate relationship. It’s the war that we all fight at some point. I like that we both wrote different stories that ended up being part of the same one. It feels like a metaphor for something.”

About Julian Rose:
Julian Rose is a Los Angeles-based singer, songwriter, rapper, producer and multi-instrumentalist. Seamlessly blending elements of classic rock, soul, funk, hip-hop and pop, Julian’s music defies genre boundaries. He made his debut in 2022 with the release of ‘How Deep,’ a 3-track EP produced by Bret "Epic" Mazur (Crazy Town, Black Eyed Peas, New Edition).

About Caroline Rose:
At just 21-years-old, Nashville-based singer and songwriter Caroline Romano has already accrued millions of streams across her repertoire. Her songs showcase her witty, introspective and hopeful take on modernity, romanticism and the highs and lows of being young in today’s world. In 2022 Caroline shared her debut album, Oddities and Prodigies, and has continued to capture the attention of fans and tastemakers with follow up singles like “Chopstix” and “Me After September.”

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