In 2012, Caroline teamed up with Jamie again and released the 4 track EP ‘What Georgina Said’. This propelled her onto the Scottish music scene; generating a number of favourable reviews in The Scottish Sun, The Daily Record and Diva Magazine. Radio play followed on both BBC Radio Scotland and Bauer Media’s Scottish In:Demand Uncut show.
2014 saw Caroline team up with Edinburgh based music producer Al James to release the single Paper Planes with B Side Together In Electric Dreams - a cover of the hit 80s electronic track.
Caroline has opened for artists such as Charlotte Church, Kim Churchill, Paper Aeroplanes, Eleanor McEvoy and Horse. She has also performed at Celtic Connections, Edinburgh's St Andrew's Day Celebrations, The Edinburgh Fringe, MTV Staying Alive Foundation, The Cavern (Liverpool), Monto Water Rats (London). She has performed a number of international private house concerts and has made several TV appearances on Scottish Television.
Caroline now also co-presents Internet Radio Show 'The CAKE Show' and is one half of new Scottish pop music duo The Eves with Marissa Keltie.