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Caroline Kingsbury | Strawberry Sheets (new single)


Los Angeles based alternative pop musician Caroline Kingsbury releases "Strawberry Sheets," the first taste of music from her forthcoming album.


Lush arrangements of steadily-strummed acoustic guitars, rolling percussion and a pulsing beat surround Caroline's gorgeously shimmering vocals and mesmerizing, catchy harmonies. Just a few bars of isolated, rolling percussion introduce the brilliant "Strawberry Sheets" before it bursts to life.

"Strawberry sheets and lover's eyes

A melody that makes you cry

A number you don't recognize

Silver pill on your tongue tonight"


It was just last year that Caroline garnered attention with the release of her impressive debut album, Heaven's Just A Flight, a story of a queer artist from a religious family coming out, finding her people and her place. At the time of the album's release, Caroline commented, "My brother died in this album. I came out in this album. I fell in love and broke up in this album and fell in love again. God there's so much shit I went through for Heaven. But Heaven's all yours now, you can have it. It's just a flight away."


"Strawberry Sheets" was produced by and co-written with Math Bishop. Caroline comments on elements of the song's origin and creative process. "It's been a weird start to the year. I was supposed to be playing some shows surrounding this release but alas Covid changed the plans. I made this to feel happy. I made this repetitive melody to get lost in. Put it on repeat and go for a walk."


And, in case you were wondering, the clothing that Caroline's wearing in the photo shoots is from Animal Crackers Clothing. Check them out!


For more information about Caroline Kingsbury, visit her official website, follow on social media (Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, YouTube), and find her music on Bandcamp, SoundCloud, Spotify and Apple Music.

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