Sophia Anne Caruso is here to prove her talents in the music world. The actress is best known for her leading roles in David Bowie’s Lazarus, Beetlejuice on Broadway, and recently announced as a lead in Paul Feig’s The School For Good and Evil, a film adaptation of the best-selling first novel in the popular Soman Chainani book series. Now, the 19-year-old is excited as ever to be unleashing her new single titled “Goodbye,” premiered exclusively on Flaunt.
During this period, shrouded by the pandemic, more than ever music has a healing power. “Goodbye” arrives with many layers and pieces, saying farewell to a lover, a habit, a version of yourself, or even a memory. The new track intends to empower the masses to overcome their biggest obstacles and become free of any burdens.
Speaking on the record, Sophia states, “I want people to take away that saying goodbye isn’t always sad. The song allows much room for dance, musical breaks that I imagine listeners basking in and moving to. To flutter out of a chrysalis and into a reality where you spread your wings in celebration.”
This release follows Sophia’s debut single titled “Toys,” released in May of last year. Listen to “Goodbye” below and don’t forget to dance like no one’s watching!