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Singer-songwriter, Caillie Hughes, announces exciting new single "Someday"

Caillie Hughes is an exceptionally talented singer, songwriter, and budding recording artist who is a rapidly ascending star within the music industry. Hailing from the Boston, Massachusetts area, Caillie is a multidimensional artist through and through; with several released songs to her name including, "Temporary", "Silver Lining", and "At Times Like These", she is proving herself to be not only incredibly prolific and versatile as a songwriter, but that she also has what it takes to capture the attention of diverse audiences. Influenced by her extensive classical music training, her vocal style and abilities are not just technically impressive, but also incredibly soulful - a rare find in today's up-and-coming songstresses.

Most recently, to the excitement of her fanbase, Caillie Hughes has announced the upcoming release of her highly-awaited new single titled "Someday" which is set to release April 17th, 2023, onto all digital streaming platforms! Showcasing Caillie's inviting and resonant vocal style, heartfelt lyricism, and pristine production quality - "Someday" will feature some of the artist's finest songwriting work yet. Be sure to tune into Caillie's Release Day livestream to here her perform and talk more about her new track "Someday". Follow Caillie Hughes now on her social media platforms to stay tuned on his future music releases, performances, and news!

"When you do something you love it helps you elevate yourself. You are supported by the positive energy you put out to the world and the community of listeners that you cultivate." - Caillie Hughes


Hello, Caillie! Thank you so much for joining us today. First things first, I’d love to know, how did you first discover your passion for music?

Caillie: I first discovered my love and passion when I was a little kid. I have vivid memories of being in the living room with my dad jamming out on piano and vibing along with him. Composing melodies, sounds, and poetry became a lifestyle for me early on and they are still artforms I enjoy to this day.

What three words would you say best summarize your music as a whole?

Caillie: Positive, soulful, heartfelt.

Tell me about your upcoming single "Someday” which will be releasing on April 17th, what is something very special about this song?

Caillie: You know it’s funny, because I feel like sometimes artists either release songs too soon or wait too long. With this single I actually wrote the original idea when I was 18, put it down and I ended up picking it back up. Now it’s coming out here in 2023. Back in February, I released a heavier modern pop-rock break-up track. With my new single, I wanted to deliver a more acoustic pop feel with a positive message.

I’m curious, what exactly is your songwriting process like?

Caillie: My songwriting process changes song to song, situation to situation, room to room. If I am writing solo I need to aligned, cued into my own artistry while being open to spontaneity. If I am collaborating I need to be connected and synchronized with the other writers in the room with artistic values, beliefs, and principles. Some say that the genesis of composition is improvisation and I try to embody that in my approach. I like to play and write everyday.

Most artists say that through their art they learn more about themselves, heal injuries… in what ways has music helped you?

Caillie: Music will always help people emotionally heal and come to peace with the world we live in. Also, music gives me purpose and generates revenue for me as an artist. I think its important as an artist to focus on what brings you success and happiness. That all fuels the process. When you do something you love it helps you elevate yourself. You are supported by the positive energy you put out to the world and the community of listeners that you cultivate. We help through connection. Sometimes that’s through other people, a song, or a message.

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