Live dates starting April 2015
Burning EP out March 16
‘Her haunting pop possesses a fist-clenching sincerity’ – Clash Magazine
‘Deeply odd, wholly wonderful’– Sunday Times Culture
‘What sets O’Connor apart is that she hybrids her goth metaphysics with deep soul’ – Interview Magazine
Wednesday 22nd April – Brudenell Social Club (Games Room), Leeds
Thursday 23rd April – Ruby Lounge, Manchester
Friday 24th April – The Bullingdon, Oxford
Monday 27th April – Sticky Mike’s Frog Bar, Brighton
Tuesday 28th April, St Stephen’s Church, London
Wednesday 29th April, Louisiana, Bristol
Tickets available here: http://www.communionmusic.co.uk/live/category/new-faces/
Watch the If My House Was Burning video here:
This April will see Charlotte OC set off on tour with Communion for their New Faces tour stopping at a string of esteemed venues throughout the UK. The tour proceeds the release of Charlotte’s new EP ‘Burning’ which releases on March 16th through Polydor Records.
On its third instalment, the tour will feature a rotating line-up each night of the UK’s most hotly tipped artists which it has become renowned for, allowing Charlotte’s bewitching pop to be supported alongside shows from Frances, Tenterhook and Freddie Dickson.
The lead track to the EP ‘If My House Was Burning’ is produced by Rich Cooper (Banks, Friends), Paul O’Duffy (Amy Winehouse) and co-produced by Tim Anderson (Solange, Sia). An atmospheric track that captivates and demands attention from the outset with Charlotte’s powerful vocal panache delivered over a constantly building melody. The EP is complemented with a second track ‘On & On’ produced by Rich Cooper.
Charlotte recently toured Australia for the first time, supporting Temper Trap on sell out shows and performing at Sydney’s Field Day Festival alongside Alt J, SBTRKT and Danny Brown. The tour followed a captivating performance at Pitchfork Paris late last year. Charlotte OC’s ‘Burning’ EP releases through Polydor Records on Monday 16th March.