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Caroline Polachek teases new music as a Valentine's Day surprise

Caroline Polachek teases new music as a Valentine's Day surprise


Caroline Polachek teases new music as a Valentine's Day surprise
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The singer-songwriter looked stunning on the red carpet of the 66th Grammy Awards, hinting to Out that she has a surprise for fans around Valentine's Day!

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Singer-songwriter Caroline Pokachek attended the 66th Grammy Awards on Sunday, her first time attending the music industry's biggest night, and Out caught up with her on the red carpet.

Polachek may have just released her most recent album, Desire, I Want to Turn Into You, a year ago, but she's already teasing new music. Her most recent single, "Dang," debuted in October, and when Out asked about a follow-up project, Polachek teased, "Maybe not a new album but I will just say that Valentine's Day is coming — and I like to be giving on Valentine's Day."

Desire, I Want To Turn Into You came out last year on Valentine's Day and was nominated for Best Engineered Album, Non-Classical at this year's Grammys. It lost to Victoria Monét's Jaguar II.

But sorry Charli XCX fans, the Valentine's Day release likely won't be a collaboration with Polachek's friend and fellow songwriter. "Ohmygod, that would literally be me and Charli's third collab," Polachek smiled at the inquiry. "I think we need to take a little break but the emotional collab is always there."

Polachek went on to chat about the staying power of "So Hot You're Hurting My Feelings" on TikTok ("I mean that's the wild thing about TikTok. I guess I just feel grateful that it got to live a second life.") and shared who her musical soulmate is:

"Probably swallows," she replied. "Like the species of bird."

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Queer women took home some major awards at this year's ceremony, including Miley Cyrus winning her very first Grammy for "Flowers" in the Record of the Year category, Victoria Monét also snatching the Best New Artist win, Boygenius securing Grammys for Alternative Music Album, Best Rock Song, and Best Rock Performance, and Billie Eilish winning Song of the Year for "What Was I Made For?" from Barbie: The Album.

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