Merging her powerful vocals and indie rock roots with a strong affection for ‘90s pop, R&B and neo-soul, Caroline Smith is rapidly emerging as music’s next big sound.
She moved to Minneapolis for college and landed a weekly solo gig at a local bar, where she eventually formed her band, Caroline Smith & The Good Night Sleeps. The folk and indie rock-inspired group quickly built a strong following in the Midwest and beyond, releasing two albums and completing seven national tours.
Her debut solo album, Half About Being a Woman illustrates the tribulations of love, self-acceptance, and growing into womanhood via soaring melodies and honest lyricism. With tracks such as “Magazine” and “All That I Know Is (I’m Your Baby),” Smith celebrates her own journey to embrace being a strong, confident and opinionated woman.
Smith released the single “Trying Not to Love You” in 2016 which is an infectious pop track that combines sleek production, unique lyricism and her hometown influences of Jimmy Jam and Terry Lewis. She is currently at work on her sophomore album release due in 2017.