Caroline Romano Shares New Single ‘Ireland In 2009’

Nashville-based singer and songwriter Caroline Romano has just shared her brand new single Ireland in 2009, an electrifying piece of pop-rock music out now via Hashtag Entertainment. 
I am really enjoying the energetic guitar riffs right from the beginning and how they set the tone and energy throughout the song. Caroline Romano's distinctive vocals soar beautifully over the high-energy, anthemic pop-rock production and tell a story of young love and how intense those emotions can feel like. This ode to teenage romance is wrapped around infectious melodies packed with soaring guitars nicely intertwined with punchy percussion that create an overall anthemic atmosphere with just the right amount of nostalgia. This is a song perfect to play while driving out in the sun as it oozes summer vibes. Check it out below!



Speaking about the song, Caroline Romano said,
It’s a story of falling in love in car parks and waking up in your school clothes. It’s about being far too young to know anything at all and the all-or-nothing emotions that come with juvenescence. I saw the movie Cherrybomb recently, that was made in Belfast, Ireland in 2009, and I thought it would be a lovely place to write this story. I’ve never been to Ireland, and I was only 8 years old in 2009, but I’m obsessed with scenarios I know I’ll never experience. I think we all have our own versions and our own times and places of ‘Ireland in 2009.’ I hope this song reminds you of yours.