Charlotte Day Wilson Announces ‘Stone Woman’ EP + Tour Dates

Charlotte Day Wilson Announces ‘Stone Woman’ EP + Tour Dates


Announces ‘Stone Woman’ EP

Available February 23rd

Stone Woman’ Tour Announced

10 Selected Performances On Sale Friday

Stone Woman cover art by Devon Little
“Smoldering, velvety, and artfully subdued” – Pitchfork
“Fantastically brilliant, tasteful artists” –  Zane Lowe
“Quiet storm R&B and dark pop for doomed lovers… Her voice doesn’t just sound great on the ear; it carries a huge emotional weight.” – Pitchfork

“Hypnotic… Wilson directly channels soul music of decades past but also inhabits that same minimalist expanse occupied by so many of her contemporaries.” – NPR
“Her soulful timbre and sparse, self-produced melodies craft a celestial re-imagination of the blues.” – The Fader


Charlotte Day Wilson today shared the title, art and release date of her second EP, Stone Woman.
The much-anticipated follow-up from the Toronto-based vocalist, producer and multi-instrumentalist arrives February 23, containing five new tracks as well as previously released single “Doubt.”
Along with news of the EP, Charlotte announced a very select run of 10 live performances in support of Stone Woman, beginning March 20 in Vancouver and concluding in London on April 25.
All tickets go on sale this Friday, January 19 (full dates and links below and here).
“Doubt,” which arrived in November, was premiered by Zane Lowe and described by The Fader as a “gorgeous track that instantly finds a camaraderie with the listener in its warm and honest handling of regret.
“Doubt” followed Charlotte’s debut EP CDW, with its standout singles “Work” and “Find You” and a stream of accolades from Pitchfork, The Fader, Beats1, NPR, Pigeons & Planes and music fans around the world.


Stone Woman represents Charlotte’s first project in the 18 months since the CDW release and she once again plays the roles of vocalist, multi-instrumentalist and producer, showcasing her vision of intimate, timeless music with clarity.
Stone Woman chronicles the growth and uncertainty of that period, proof of Charlotte’s power and poise and the certainty of her emergence as an essential voice in 2018 and beyond.


March 20 / Vancouver / Fortune Sound
March 21 / San Francisco / The Independent
March 23 / Los Angeles / Troubadour
March 29 / New York / Bowery Ballroom
April 05 / Montreal / Theatre Plaza
April 07 / Toronto / Danforth Music Hall
April 19 / Berlin / Kantine am Berghain
April 21 / Rotterdam / Motel Mozaique
April 23 / Paris / Le Popup / Tickets
April 24 / Amsterdam / Melkweg
April 25 / London / Jazz Café

Tickets for all shows are available HERE

Photo by Devon Little

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