I've been writing since I was 12. Over the last 3 years I have taken my lyrics more seriously and have collaborated on 5 tracks. My last track Hallucinations is the music style I am aiming for with a few ballads and singer/songwriter styles too. ,,Writers that have inspired me include the likes of Diana Warren, Ed Drewett, Ryan Tedder, Harmony Samuels, Max Martin, Chris Young, Baby Face, Craig Stickland, Daniel O'Donoghue, Emily Warren, Carmen Reece, Harry Styles, Jessie Ware, Steve Mac, Doctor Luke, Meghan Trainor. These are just a handful. ,,As you can see my music taste is varied mostly standing along side the pop genre.
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Interview with Cara Lorrimer-Roberts
Q: What other musicians or music production professionals inspire you?
A: Artists that are full of raw emotion in their performances, the ones that can get so lost in a track that they almost forget where they are I love seeing that and hearing it in their voice. The Script, Ryan Tedder, Nathan Sykes, Ariana Grande, Shawn Mendes, Ed Sheeran, Sam Smith, Keith Urban all these people bring something next level to their songs and create music that makes me feel like I want to be part of that creativity. For me I've always wanted to hear a crowd at a festival sing my lyrics back to the artist on stage and to see that connection between the artist and the fans and feel it. The day that I think 'damn I made that moment happen' will be my dream come true.
Q: What's your typical work process?
A: First off I send examples of my work on the client's chosen subject The client can choose to go with a current piece of work or to have something new written If the client chooses to go with current work I edit the words to fit their needs if new I write a new piece and send it back to them for their analysis, if they like or want alternations they contact me The client puts music to lyrics - again any alternations or edits needed they contact me The client sends me final product for my records and payment is agreed
Q: What do you bring to a song?
A: Perspective. I like to be able to draw out of clients what they want and then think about things in depth. I like to be able to say things in different ways that are still relatable.