Announces new single ‘Fire’, due December 2nd via Let It Go Records
Charlotte Carpenter has announced her new single, ‘Fire’, to be released December 2nd via her own imprint, Let It Go Records.
Following the How Are We Ever To Know EP, five beautifully reflective and intimate songs that saw Charlotte coming to terms with the demise of her first relationship, ‘Fire’ arrives liberated, soulful and explosive, poised to embrace the future.
“Fire is a song about taking risks. It’s about feeling vulnerable in a positive way; as though it’s okay to be less in control. Shortly before I turned 25, I felt as though I was living a little differently to what I had in the past. I felt as though I was re-discovering myself as a woman; taking risks; being less careful and living with less concern. It’s a song about intimacy also, and feeling love and lust as a young woman and being liberated by that. Feeling heavily inspired by my femininity, I felt a passion and a hunger which had a big effect on my song writing and playing. Fire came about one afternoon, when I felt as though my life was about to take a very interesting turn, and it’s about embracing that feeling of change, and seeing where it can take you.”
Dubbed “a distinctly different kind of singer/songwriter, and one that makes for an enthralling listen”, by The Line Of Best Fit, Charlotte has seen acclaim from Consequence Of Sound, Clash, NME, Total Guitar, Blues Magazine, Louder Than War, Gold Flake Paint and many more. Having shared stages with the likes of Marika Hackman, George Ezra and Ethan Johns, Charlotte will play a UK headline tour through November on the dates below.
Pre-order ‘Fire’ on iTunes here – https://itun.es/gb/LW_Jfb.
UK Headline Tour Dates
17th – Hug and Pint, Glasgow
18th – Drummonds, Aberdeen
19th – High and Lonesome, Leeds
20th – Yellow Arch Studio, Sheffield
21st – The Castle, Manchester
24th – The Moon Club, Cardiff
2nd December – The Cookie, Leicester
7th – The Victoria, Birmingham w/ The Greasy Slicks
8th – Birthdays, London w/ The Greasy Slicks