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Carina T – ‘The End’

by Thomas Bedward December 10, 2021

Carina T – ‘The End’

A talented alt-pop artist based in the creative heart of London, Carina T is a singer, songwriter, psychologist and academic who is perfectly blending modern sounds with heartfelt messages. After first rising to prominence with the release of singles like ‘Bucket List’ and ‘I Follow Rivers’, Carina has become one of the most highly anticipated and respected artists of her genre, and now, with the release of new single ‘The End’, she’s taken a bold stand against domestic violence.

Released alongside a moving music video, ‘The End’ boldly supports the International Day for the Elimination of Violence Against Women, delivering a dark, yet powerful experience that will leave you speechless.

Built on a sharp, cinematic arrangement that perfectly reflects the emotion of the single, ‘The End’ sees Carina at her most vulnerable and honest, tapping into an emotional refrain that so many will be able to relate to. Musically, the single is a testament to Carina’s range, offering a gorgeous pop sound that rises from luscious piano keys and a subtle, rising percussion, laying a perfect foundation for Carina’s stunning vocals.

Taking centre stage, Carina’s vocals are a true highlight of the single, breathing life into the narrative and delivering powerful lines that detail the pain, isolation and struggles that all victim’s of domestic violence feel. A complete aural and visual experience, ‘The End’ is a rare, ultimately triumphant single that makes its mark time and time again.

A strong message presented in a wonderfully effective package, ‘The End’ is available now alongside the official music video, and will be officially released on all major digital platforms from the 17th of December 2021. You can pre-save it now on Spotify here.

Score: 8/10

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