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Charlotte Sands Is ‘Good Now,’ Announces New EP

Charlotte Sands 2023
Photo By Dillon Jordan

Our favorite blue-haired songstress is back! Charlotte Sands has surprised her fans today by announcing her new EP, Good Now. The new collection of songs, set to drop July 12, features two new tracks alongside Sands’ previously released bangers, “Alright,” “Six Feet Under”, “Tantrum”, and “Lost.” 

Known for her love of storytelling, Sands has never been afraid to be vulnerable when writing music. Good Now delves into her challenges with disassociating and the anxiety that comes with feeling disconnected from the people in your life. Yet, the pop-rocker mixes this honesty with her unique brand of upbeat melodies and driving guitars. The EP strikes the perfect balance between self-reflection and confidence. 

“This EP is about a lot of different experiences and stories throughout the last year of my life,” she says. “My entire life, my goal has always been to connect with people, it’s why I make music and why I love to perform, so when I started to experience an overwhelming disconnect from my life and the people around me, I became extremely anxious, afraid that my biggest motivation and (what felt like) my reason for existing was going to disappear. I still experience these feelings every day, and that fear still exists in me, but through creating these songs, I was able to find peace and reassurance that I will always find my way out.”

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In addition to the EP announcement, the “Dress” singer is hitting the road this fall to open for The Band CAMINO on select dates of their North American run. Then, after that, she is going across the pond to open for 5 Seconds Of Summer’s arena tour! Kicking things off this August with her performance at Lollapalooza Festival, Sands shows no signs of slowing down anytime soon. We can’t wait to see where she goes next. 

Catch her at one of her upcoming tour dates below!

Tour Dates:

  • Aug. 4—Chicago, IL @ Lollapalooza^
  • Aug. 19—Eau Claire, WI @ Reverb Music Festival^
  • Sept. 14—Philadelphia, PA @ The Met*
  • Sept. 15—Washington, DC @ The Anthem*
  • Sept. 16—Boston, MA @ MGM Music Fall at Fenway*
  • Sept. 18—New York, NY @ Hammerstein Ballroom*
  • Sept. 21—Indianapolis, IN @ Murat Theatre*
  • Sept. 22—Birmingham, AL @ Legacy Arena*
  • Sept. 23—Las Vegas, NV @ Life Is Beautiful^
  • Sept. 24—Grand Prairie, TX @ Texas Trust CU Theatre*
  • Sept. 26—Phoenix, AZ @ Arizona Financial Theatre*
  • Sept. 27—Los Angeles, CA @ Shrine Expo Hall*
  • Sept. 28—San Francisco, CA @ The Warfield*
  • Sept. 30—Orem, UT @ UCCU Center*
  • Oct. 3—Glasgow, UK @ Ovo Hydro #
  • Oct. 4—Manchester, UK @ AO Arena #
  • Oct. 5—London, UK @ The O2 Arena #
  • Oct. 7—Luxembourg, LX #
  • Oct. 8—Paris, FR @ La Seine Musicale # 
  • Oct. 10—Budapest, HU @ Papp Laszlo Budapest Sportarena #
  • Oct. 11—Gliwice, PL @ Arena Gliwice #
  • Oct. 12—Prague, CZ @ Sportowni Hala Fortuna #

^ Festival appearance

* With The Band Camino

# With 5 Seconds Of Summer 

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