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Emma Caroline Shares New Single “Lie” Inspired While on The Voice (Interview)

Emma Caroline combines a versatile sound, a smooth tone, and a polished stage presence that has been on the radar of the music industry for years.

Recently, Emma released her newest single titled “Lie.”

My song “Lie” is about being in a relationship that you know isn’t right for you. Even though this person isn’t THE person, that doesn’t take away from wanting the relationship to work out. “Lie” is about asking the person you are with to lie one last time,” explains Emma.

Faces across America may remember this familiar face from NBC’s The Voice. For her blind audition, she performed a reworded cover of Kacey Musgraves’s “Slow Burn.”

As Emma talks about her upcoming projects, she shares something special from this moment.

“I look forward to releasing a few more singles this year, as well as my cover of “Slow Burn,” which was my audition song for The Voice,” explains Emma.

The singer has been performing for audiences since she was a child, drawing inspiration from country, R&B, and rock music. She was inspired to write her latest heartbreaker, “Lie”, while participating in The Voice with Team Blake.

I hope people listen to this song and can relate to it. Dating, in general, is not easy and I hope people can listen to this song and not feel alone if they are going through something similar,” expresses Emma.

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