Julian Rose and Caroline Romano photo

Julian Rose and Caroline Romano released a new collaborative single, “Fighting a War”

Julian Rose is a Los Angeles-based singer, songwriter, rapper, producer, and multi-instrumentalist. Caroline Romano is a 21-year-old Nashville-based singer-songwriter from Mississippi. Not too long ago, they released a new collaborative single, “Fighting a War,” via The 7eventh House.

Julian Rose and Caroline Romano – “Fighting a War”

“So, we’re done, this the real sh*t. We used to hold hands like field trips. I swear to God know you’re always acting childish. You want me to raise my voice and start acting violent. All this nonsense, all these f****** problems. Sometimes, I’m too obnoxious.” – lyrics

‘Fighting a War’ tells a heartfelt tale about a young couple who grapples with the push-and-pull of a fading relationship. The overdrinking, constant arguments and the distance between them are a few obstacles they are trying to overcome. Later, the guy tells his companion, “Do you know how hard I’ve tried to reach you, but you don’t wanna see me anymore? Throughout all the ups and downs between us, feels like I’m fighting a war.”

‘Fighting A War’ is a reflective and lushly textured track that highlights the best of Caroline and Julian’s different musical universes. The song alternates between Julian’s R&B-tinged vocals and Caroline’s breezy voice. Furthermore, “Fighting A War” serves as a tasty appetizer to what listeners can expect to hear from Julian Rose and Caroline Romano shortly as they continue to release new music.

“In the morning, I’m just your mistake.”

Caroline Romano - “Fighting a War” press photo

“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.” – Caroline Romano explained

Caroline Romano has something to say, and millions of people are listening. At just 21 years old, the self-proclaimed “loudest sort of introvert” has already written and performed into the hearts and ears of an anxious generation. With her debut album, “Oddities and Prodigies,” Romano is ready to take on the world, and has continued to capture the attention of fans and tastemakers with follow-up singles like “Chopstix” and “Me After September.”

Driven by steadfast determination and undeniable talent, Romano released her first single, “Masterpiece,” at the tender age of 15. By the age of 17, she’d moved from her hometown in rural Mississippi to Nashville to fully commit herself to her craft. Just one year after relocating to Nashville, she caught her big break with the release of “I Still Remember (featuring R3HAB),” which became a global sensation and entered the Billboard Dance Chart.

Caroline Romano – “I Still Remember” (R3HAB Remix) (Official Music Video)

Romano’s songwriting abilities showcase her witty, introspective, and hopeful take on modernity, romanticism, and the highs and lows of being young in today’s world. Her music is refreshingly honest, which is probably why it’s struck a chord with millions of listeners.

Julian Rose

Julian Rose press photo

Seamlessly blending elements of classic rock, soul, funk, hip-hop, and pop, Julian Rose’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).

Julian Rose and Caroline Romano – “Fighting a War”

Julian Rose and Caroline Romano - “Fighting a War” cover art

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