Blue-haired pop/rock singer Charlotte Sands has issued her new single “pity.” The new track teases what fans can expect from her upcoming album, can we start over? out January 24. A new album means hopping on tour, too. She’ll embark on a U.S., EU/UK tour to support the LP. Read more: Hey Monday To Play ‘Hold On Tight’ In Full At When We Were Young Fest 2024 “It’s about the feeling of jealousy and comparing yourself but also about the experience of being captivated by someone else’s existence. Making this song was such a fun experience,” says Sands about her… Read more »
Charlotte Sands is showing off her ’90s-baby sounds on her new song “get over it.” Full of nostalgia-inducing falsetto and acoustic guitar strums interlaced with electronic elements, this song sounds just like a Top 40 hit from the pre-Y2K era. Basically, if you love Alanis Morisette‘s Jagged Little Pill, you need this on your playlist ASAP. Preceded by “use me,” this track will also appear on can we start over? due out on January 24, 2024. Check out the new song below and pre-order the record here. “‘get over it’ is a song about the inability to let go of… Read more »
Charlotte Sands is back and better than ever. The pop-rock songstress just dropped her new single, “use me,” which takes listeners on a journey of self-love and acceptance. Marking the lead single off of her highly-anticipated debut album, can we start over?, Sands opens up about the never-ending treadmill of the music industry: the highs and lows of trying to please everyone, all while trying to fulfill your own wants and dreams. The expectations of others carry a lot of weight, especially as an up-and-coming star. But through cathartic lyrics and powerful imagery, Sands releases herself of the pressure and… Read more »
Charlotte Sands has announced the details of her hotly-anticipated debut album, ‘can we start over?’ bringing her journey so far to a head.
For the last few years, the Nashville rock scene has proven itself to be a powerful hub where the best artists and songwriters in the scene cross paths and make magic. Today is no exception, as Music City’s very own Knox and Charlotte Sands have dropped an emotional new track, “We’re Not In Love Anymore.” Having worked together as writers alongside acts such as John Harvie and Arrows In Action, the single is the first that Knox and Charlotte Sands have both written and performed together. Sharing both sides of a fading relationship, the artists give their take on why… Read more »
As she releases her vulnerable and vibrant new EP ‘Good Now’, Charlotte Sands talks to idobi about how it was created and what effect it has had on her as an artist as she looks forwards.
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… Read more »
Today’s Inbox Jukebox Presents comes from Charlotte Sands—her new track “Out of My Head” featuring Aaron Gillespie is a fiery anthem for breaking free from a twisted toxic relationship.
Radio Uprising showcases the greatest bands and artists that tomorrow has to offer, including: Anxious, Beckett, Motel 7, LiL Lotus, Caspr, and Charlotte Sands.
The Inbox Jukebox brings you fresh new tunes and bands. This week features tracks from Lilyisthatyou, Aeris Roves, Charlotte Sands, Great Good Fine OK, and Drax Project.