A huge thank you to all of the media outlets who have supported Kara and her music. We love you!

...invitingly open-hearted...
— The Line of Best Fit
Kara Connolly fights to find her independence with powerful new track...
— HollywoodLife
...a sassy empowering tune with a colorful lyric video that highlights the strong content of this hand-clapping song.
— Parade Magazine
Between epic drone shots, a daring jean jumpsuit, classic cherry-red convertible, rich vocals, and storytelling-driven songwriting with soaring, pop hooks, Kara Connolly quickly establishes herself as a force to be reckoned with in her debut song and video, Life In Rear View...It’s all very impressive for a debut release, and hints at an artist that is extremely dedicated to what she does.
— York Calling
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“...explores the concept surrounding finding freedom in learning to let go – in this circumstance a relationship.”

What drew me to this song was the lovely acoustic guitar-based melody and her rich vocals. Kara showcases here her storytelling abilities which are wrapped around soaring, pop hooks. The song is perfect to sing along to.
— Caesar Live n Loud
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“Go for a drive with this cruisin' song...”
Rad to be compared to the talented Ingrid Michaelson, A Fine Frenzy, and Tristan Prettyman!


"My goal is to empower and connect with the next generation of young women and hopefully inspire them to acknowledge their own worth...”

buttery instrumentation, passionate vocals, and great storytelling

Connolly, dressed in an audacious jean jumpsuit, plays her emotional role well between picture-perfect drone shots

inspiring single
— Bong Mines Entertainment

“Kara won’t have to worry about being a memory for long.”

"Infectious acoustic-driven song with a unique genre-bending blend of pop, folk, and country that takes you on an introspective road-trip from breakdown to breakthrough."

Kara Connolly quickly establishes herself as a force to be reckoned with in debut video. What a voice! Definitely an artist that people should keep their eye and ear on.
— I'm Music Magazine