LOUD WOMEN is delighted to premiere today ‘Careful Girl’, out today from Californian-in-Liverpool Olivia Gold. A dreamy indie-pop anthem with echoes of east-cost sunshine, and a relatable message for the sisterhood. In her own words:
“Careful Girl” reflects the hopeful and upbeat nature of my transition into adulthood, whilst approaching, with trepidation, the subject of being a woman in a society that doesn’t allow for too much growth. The anthem of a woman in a careful world.
Olivia Gold is a third-generation singer-songwriter: she’s the daughter of acclaimed songwriter Andrew Gold (“Thank You for Being a Friend,” “Lonely Boy”) and the granddaughter of Academy Award-winning composer Ernest Gold and singer Marni Nixon, the “Ghost Voice of Hollywood” (which doesn’t mean she sang in a spooky way … she sang the female lead songs on The King and I, West Side Story and My Fair Lady – I know right, what a boss nan!).