ALSO ANNOUNCES DECEMBER HEADLINE SHOWS
DENNIS LLOYD SUPPORT DATES ACROSS EUROPE
“I just think Charlotte’s gonna be one of the biggest f*cking things in the world.”
– Lewis Capaldi
“Amazing voice.” – Sunday Times Culture
“The singer-songwriter has been perfecting her timeless pop sound, infused with her soulful, saccharine vocals” – Wonderland
“Pop queen Charlotte has got the dreamiest of voices.” – Fabulous Magazine
“The songstress incorporates a large dose of influence from the soul greats that first inspired her.” – Pop Matters
|CHARLOTTE only released her debut track ‘I Tell Lies’ in February, but the young singer-songwriter is already earning the attention of some of music’s biggest names. Lewis Capaldi has tipped her for greatness, Ed Sheeran described her cover of ‘I Don’t Care’ as “wonderful” and Jess Glynne invited her to open for her at a huge outdoor show.|
Her immensely promising career took flight when ‘Nervous’, a track from her debut EP ‘Nowhere To Hide’, was highlighted near the top of Spotify’s New Music Friday. It went onto amass over 2 million streams and earn further support from BBC Introducing, Wonderland, Clash, tmrw, Sunday Times Culture, The Sun and more. CHARLOTTE continues to soar with the release of her new single ‘All My Life’.
Written and co-produced by CHARLOTTE, ‘All My Life’ captures her undeniable star quality, her nuanced vocal gift brimming with soul and emotion. Backed by a restrained production of piano, sparse-yet-impactful strings and layered vocal harmonies, it builds towards an elative conclusion with CHARLOTTE powering into full voice. Her lyrics poetically express unconditional love in its purest form: “If I was holding the world / I’d let it go so my arms could hold you / If you say that you need it / I’ll give you all my life.”
“This is one of the most special songs I’ve ever written,” says CHARLOTTE. “I wrote this song for my newborn nephew when his life was in balance. It’s about the immense and overwhelming feelings of love and protectiveness you feel for those closest to you. When there’s no end to the lengths you’d go to to keep them safe.”
Having hit the Reading, Leeds and Barn On The Farm festivals this summer, CHARLOTTE has just completed a major UK tour as support to Picture This, which included a London date at the historic Roundhouse. Her previous support shows have also included gigs with Lewis Capaldi, Au/Ra, Wrabel and JC Stewart.
CHARLOTTE has confirmed details of two select headline shows. She’ll play The Islington in London on December 16th ahead of a homecoming show at Hull’s Polar Bear on December 18th. Tickets can be purchased for London HERE and for Hull HERE.
CHARLOTTE has also been announced as the support to multi-platinum international artist Dennis Lloyd on 19-dates across Europe for The Never Go Back Tour: Part III throughout November and December.
Hailing from Hull, CHARLOTTE’s voyage into music began when she was a child. She performed in her grandparents’ soul band which toured the UK and Europe, and prompted her life-long love of soul greats such as Sam Cooke, Aretha Franklin, Luther Vandross, Stevie Wonder and Otis Redding. CHARLOTTE subsequently played in local pubs until her family moved to Singapore in her early teens.
Isolated from her friends and the life she knew, she turned to her passion for music. Writing and singing about her struggles provided an escape, and a cathartic way to express herself. She landed her first big break in 2018 when she was discovered by Grammy-nominated hit-maker Toby Gad, who signed her to his publishing company after just one writing session. And with credits as varied as Beyoncé, John Legend, Madonna, Demi Lovato and Fergie, it’s clear that Toby Gad knows a star when he sees one.
The full list of tour dates are:
16th Poland, Warsaw, Drukarnia
18th Austria, Vienna, SiMM City
20th Italy, Milan, Santeria Toscana 31
22nd Germany, Munich, Freiheiz
23rd Germany, Frankfurt, Gibson Club
24th Czech Republic, Prague, Roxy
26th Denmark, Copenhagen, Koncertuset Studio 2
28th Sweden, Stockholm, Fryshuset (Klubben)
29th Norway, Oslo, Vulken Arena
1st Germany, Hamburg, Mojo Club
2nd Germany, Berlin, Columbia theatre
4th Luxembourg, Esch-sur-Alzette, Rockhal
5th Switzerland, Zurich, X-Tra
7th Netherlands, Amsterdam, Melkweg (Old Room)
8th France, Paris, La TRabendo
10th UK, London, Scala
11th UK, Manchester, Gorilla
12th Ireland, Dublin, Academy Green Room
14th Spain, Barcelona, Razzmatazz Room 2
16th UK, London, The Islington *HEADLINE*
18th UK, Hull, The Polar Bear *HEADLINE*