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CAIT debuts dynamic new original “Who?”

CAIT is a singer-songwriter creating raw, accessible avant-garde pop music. Growing up in Wisconsin as a child of the 90’s, the Berklee College of Music grad was enamored by the pop music of her generation. With over 10 years of songwriting under her belt, CAIT has now found her place as an artist debuting her first original, “Who?”

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“Who?” came about while in the studio with producer Brian Phillips and songwriter Devin D’Amato as they discussed how difficult it is to manage friendships as they got older.

“It’s a hard truth that a lot of 20-something’s face. After college and into the “real world” – who are the people you can actually count on?” The track, inspired by the unsettling nature of navigating this challenge lyrically, also takes no prisoners musically. The final product is incredibly sonically interesting, forward-thinking, odd, and off-center, but with an infectious and catchy melody.

Constantly searching for the best way to create and tell a story, CAIT is talented in her eye for the visual as she is in her music. Recently directing and editing the video for her remake of “Just A Girl,” she chose to honor the track’s original subvert to the patriarchy in a way that speaks to contemporary women’s issues, showing off those fighting for change in the Women’s’ Marches across the world. Now, “Who?” is her latest original track as she makes her way to take on the pop world.

About RJ Frometa

Head Honcho, Editor in Chief and writer here on VENTS. I don't like walking on the beach, but I love playing the guitar and geeking out about music. I am also a movie maniac and 6 hours sleeper.

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