Caroline Polachek

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Caroline Polachek
Polachek singing into a microphone, looking away from the camera
Polachek performing at Treefort Music Fest 2016
Born
Caroline Elizabeth Polachek

(1985-06-20) June 20, 1985 (age 37)
Other names
  • Ramona Lisa
  • CEP
EducationNew York University
Occupations
  • Singer
  • songwriter
Years active2005–present
Spouse
Ian Drennan
(m. 2015; div. 2017)
Musical career
Genres
Labels
Formerly ofChairlift
Websitecarolinepolachek.com

Caroline Elizabeth Polachek[1] (born June 20, 1985) is an American singer, producer, and songwriter. Raised in Connecticut, Polachek co-founded the indie pop band Chairlift while studying at the University of Colorado. The duo emerged from the late-2000s Brooklyn music scene with the sleeper hit "Bruises".

During her time in the band, she worked on the solo projects Ramona Lisa and CEP before embarking on a career under her own name after Chairlift's disbandment in 2017. Her debut studio album, Pang (2019), featured an avant-pop sound and was released to critical acclaim, with its single "So Hot You're Hurting My Feelings" going viral on TikTok.

Polachek has worked extensively with other artists, collaborating with Blood Orange, Fischerspooner, Sbtrkt, Christine and the Queens, Charli XCX, and the British music collective PC Music, as well as writing material for Beyoncé ("No Angel") and Travis Scott.

Early life[edit]

Polachek was born in Manhattan, New York City, on June 20, 1985,[2] to James Montel Polachek (1944–2020), a financial markets analyst and trained classical musician, and Elizabeth Allan.[3][4] Her great-grandfather, Arthur Polachek, was a Jewish confectioner from the Slovak village of Lastomír.[5][6] Her family relocated to Tokyo, Japan, where she lived between the ages of one and six,[7] and later settled in Greenwich, Connecticut, where Polachek started singing choir in the third grade.[8] She was a synthesizer player from a young age as her father gifted her a Yamaha keyboard to dissuade her from being disruptive on the piano.[8][9]

Polachek's parents divorced in 1994.[4] She described herself as "a very hyperactive kid" and said that they would play Enya at their respective houses to calm her senses.[10] Her father died from COVID-19 in 2020.[3] Polachek recounts her early exposure to traditional Japanese songs and anime themes as being influential on her musical education.[7] She rode horses growing up.[8][11] As a teenager, she began traveling to New York to attend concerts, which were a mix of post-hardcore emo, DIY punk and jazz shows.[7] Mike Patton of Faith No More once personally walked her into a show at the Knitting Factory when her fake ID was rejected.[7] She played in a couple of bands in high school and college.[7]

Career[edit]

2006–2012: Career beginnings, Chairlift, and collaborative work[edit]

Polachek founded the band Chairlift with musician Aaron Pfenning after the pair met during her sophomore year at the University of Colorado. They relocated to New York, where Polachek studied art at New York University, and were joined by Patrick Wimberly in early 2007, the year the band released their first EP titled Daylight Savings, followed by their debut studio album Does You Inspire You.

Polachek and Wimberly went on as a duo to write and produce their second studio album Something (2012) alongside producers Dan Carey and Alan Moulder. In addition, she directed the album's music videos, including "Amanaemonesia", and "I Belong in Your Arms".

In 2008, Polachek formed Girl Crisis choir with twelve other female singers, including members of Au Revoir Simone and Class Actress. The modular group arranged and recorded two cover versions a year from 2008 to 2013, including songs by Black Sabbath, Nirvana, Leonard Cohen, the Bangles, and Ace of Base.[12]

In 2010, Polachek joined Jorge Elbrecht of Brooklyn-based Violens to record a "sgin" of Justin Bieber's "Never Let You Go": "We went on YouTube to find a video among the highest ranks of hits, and came across 'Never Let You Go'. We went on to make what we call a 'sgin' (anagram of the word 'sing')—an original song written specifically to synch into someone else's video on mute".[13] The same year, she also recorded a duet with Violens, "Violent Sensation Descends (French Duet Version)".[14] She later shot and directed the music video for the band's song "It Couldn't Be Perceived" in 2011.[15] She collaborated with Elbrecht again on the EP Gloss Coma 001 in 2013,[16] which includes the single "I.V. Aided Dreams".[17]

In 2012, Polachek featured on the song "Everything Is Spoilt by Use" by Ice Choir, a solo project by Kurt Feldman of the Pains of Being Pure at Heart;[18] she also directed and edited the song's music video.[19] Polachek collaborated with Blood Orange on the tracks "Chamakay" in 2013[20] and "Holy Will" in 2018.[21] In 2013, she co-wrote and co-produced "No Angel", which was featured on Beyoncé's critically acclaimed fifth studio album Beyoncé.[22] Due to her production and engineering work on the song, Beyoncé's nomination for the Grammy Award for Album of the Year at the 57th ceremony included Polachek.[23]

2013–2015: Arcadia[edit]

Polachek as Ramona Lisa in 2014

Polachek began performing sets under the moniker Ramona Lisa in 2013.[24] The name originates from a former pseudonym Polachek used on Facebook.[25] She announced her debut self-produced studio album as Ramona Lisa, entitled Arcadia, in February 2014.[24][26] Polachek described the album as "pastoral electronic music".[27][28][29]

Polachek began writing the album during an artistic residency at the Villa Medici in Rome, Italy.[30] In an interview with Pitchfork, she described how her time in Rome inspired the sounds of Arcadia, stating: "When I was looking out the window in Rome, I wanted this type of electronic music to feel as organic as what I was seeing. I don't think any of the tools that I'm using are particularly new—a lot of the MIDI instruments have been around for 15 years—but the compositions make them sound less electronic, more mysterious."[30] The record was made entirely on Polachek's laptop without instruments or external microphones, except to capture field recordings of the sounds she heard in her surroundings.[31] She sang vocals directly into her computer's built in microphone, making use of hotel closets, quiet airport gates, and spare dressing rooms during Chairlift's world tour.[30] The album artwork was shot by New York photographer Tim Barber.[25]

In early 2014, Polachek composed and produced instrumental scores for designers Proenza Schouler and Tess Giberson to be featured on runways and promotional videos.[32] In April, she scored a live performance piece by artists India Menuez and Hayden Dunham at SIGNAL gallery in Brooklyn.[33] In October, Polachek scored "HappyOkay", a ballet performance video directed by Elena Parasco and produced by House of Makers and Last Hour. The performance was choreographed by Peter Lueng of the Dutch National Ballet, the largest dance company in the Netherlands, and performed by New York City Ballet's Harrison Ball, Joseph Gordon, and Megan LeCrone.[34][35]

2016–2017: End of Chairlift and Drawing the Target Around the Arrow[edit]

John Cale performing with several guests, including Polachek, in 2017

On January 22, 2016, Chairlift released their third and final studio album, Moth. In December of the same year, the band announced that they would be breaking up, with a final tour in the spring of 2017.[36]

In January 2017, Polachek released her second solo studio album, Drawing the Target Around the Arrow, under her initials, CEP.[37] She was scheduled to perform at Moogfest 2018, but pulled out in December 2017 when the festival advertised a list of female artists performing that year, despite the festival line-up being predominantly male. She followed up with a statement on Twitter saying: "This speaks not to the artists or their music, but to the politics of the festival and self-congratulatory PR. To do this without permission from the artists on display is exploitative and unprofessional", adding "Moogfest, and all other festivals, simply have a responsibility to position inclusivity as normal".[38]

Polachek featured on Danny L Harle's single "Ashes of Love" in 2016.[39] In 2017, she appeared on two songs from Charli XCX's mixtape Pop 2: as a featured artist on "Tears" and as a backing vocalist on "Delicious", the latter of which features Tommy Cash.[40] In 2018, Polachek featured on Felicita's version of the traditional Polish song "Był sobie król", released on their debut studio album Hej! under the title "Marzipan".[41]

2019–2020: Pang[edit]

In June 2019, Polachek released her debut single under her full name titled "Door". In a press release for the single,[42] Polachek announced that the single was the beginning of a new project, made mostly in collaboration with PC Music member Danny L Harle. Later in July, Polachek released two singles off of the project, titled "Ocean of Tears" and "Parachute", and began to detail her then upcoming studio album Pang which was released on October 18.[43] The album received critical acclaim and placed on many critics' end of the year lists. A remix album titled Standing at the Gate: Remix Collection was released on vinyl on April 16, 2021. In promotion, Polachek released five of the album's remixes as singles, as well as a cover of the Corrs' "Breathless".[44]

In 2019, Polachek was a songwriter, along with Yung Jake, on the single "RIP Harambe" released by entrepreneur Elon Musk about the captive gorilla killed in 2016.[45] In 2020, Polachek featured on "La vita nuova" by Christine and the Queens and made a guest appearance in the short film around the EP of the same name.[46][47] The song was later remixed by various producers associated with PC Music, including A. G. Cook and Easyfun.[48]

2021–present: Desire, I Want to Turn Into You[edit]

Polachek performing in 2021

In September 2021, Polachek was announced as one of the opening acts on Dua Lipa's Future Nostalgia Tour.[49] The tour began on February 9, 2022.[50] On November 4, 2021, Charli XCX released "New Shapes" featuring Christine and the Queens and Polachek as the second single from her studio album Crash (2022).[51]

On July 14, 2021, Polachek released the single "Bunny Is a Rider", another collaboration with Harle; she told Crack magazine that the song was part of a future project.[52] In December, Pitchfork ranked "Bunny Is a Rider" at the top of their list of "The 100 Best Songs of 2021".[53] On February 9, 2022, Polachek released the single "Billions".[54] In March, she was featured on Australian electronic music producer Flume's single "Sirens",[55] released ahead of his upcoming studio album Palaces. In June, Polachek confirmed that she was working on her fourth studio album, posting a picture of herself in studio with Danny L Harle on Instagram.[56] She recorded a cover version of "Bang Bang (My Baby Shot Me Down)" for the Minions: The Rise of Gru soundtrack album, released on July 1, 2022.[57] On October 17, her flamenco-inspired single "Sunset", a co-production with Sega Bodega, was released.[58]

On December 5, 2022, Polachek released the single "Welcome to My Island"[59] and announced her second studio album under her full name, Desire, I Want to Turn Into You, for February 14, 2023.[60] The album is set to include "Bunny Is a Rider", "Billions", "Sunset", and "Welcome to My Island".[61]

Artistry[edit]

Musical style[edit]

Polachek's musical style has been described as mainly alternative pop,[3][62][63] along with art pop,[64] indie pop,[65] experimental pop.[66] Shaad D'Souza of The Guardian wrote: "Before 'Running Up That Hill' returned to the charts, Polachek was shaping up to be something like Gen Z's Kate Bush – a producer and vocalist interested in music that's formally eccentric and unapologetic about her own too much-ness."[67]

Influences[edit]

Polachek's influences have been described as "eclectic" by music critics.[3] When asked about her earliest musical influence by Interview, she responded that it was "[p]robably Enya".[10] Growing up in Japan until the age of six, she was exposed to traditional Japanese songs and anime themes, which she says were influential on her musical education; she stated that Japanese singing consists of "a lot of minor and pentatonic [tonality], with really angular melodies that I think really stuck in my subconscious".[7] She named Mishio Ogawa in particular as "one of [her] biggest influences".[68] Other vocal influences include Celine Dion and Matia Bazar's song "Ti sento".[60] She also credits riding horses as a child with helping her "[learn] a lot about rhythm and about voice".[8]

Polachek says that she "grew up kneeling at the altar of alternative music" and that Björk, Kate Bush, and Fiona Apple were her "absolute heroes" when she was a teenager.[69] Her alter ego Ramona Lisa was inspired by "artists whose looks were inseparable from their music", such as Nirvana, Marilyn Manson, and David Bowie.[8] She named those artists, along with Björk and Busta Rhymes, as influences for her visual identity.[52] She called Paddy McAloon of Prefab Sprout her "favorite lyricist"[68] and stated that she is "very inspired by contemporary artists like Rosalía or Doja Cat, who play with sounds".[70] She also finds inspiration in "more abstract" domains beyond music, such as landscapes.[70]

Personal life[edit]

Polachek's 2015 wedding to artist Ian Drennan was extensively photographed by Vogue magazine.[71][72] They divorced in 2017.[3][73][74] As of December 2022, she is in a relationship with Matt Copson, an artist.[60]

Discography[edit]

Tours[edit]

Headlining[edit]

  • Pang Tour (2019–2020)[75]
  • Heart Is Unbreaking Tour (2021)[76]
  • Spiraling Tour (2023)[77]

Supporting[edit]

Awards and nominations[edit]

Year Award Nominated work Category Result Ref.
2014 Grammy Awards Beyoncé Album of the Year (as producer and engineer) Nominated [23]

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