Alternative pop artist Charlotte OC; born Charlotte O'Connor in Blackburn, Lancashire, England. The singer and songwriter recorded two major label albums.
Charlotte's earlier music had a dark hue, with folk shadings, moodier R&B and downtempo electronic elements. In November 2013, she debuted with 'Colour My Heart', an EP of four dramatic yet restrained songs recorded with Tim Anderson (Solange, Sia, Banks). Complementary remixes from Moodymann and Yarin Lidor followed shortly thereafter. After she moved to Harvest / Polydor, the EPs 'Strange' and 'Burning' followed in 2014 and 2015. In 2017, O'Connor returned with her debut full-length album, 'Careless People'. Once again produced by Anderson, the album featured the slightly ominous yet accessible singles 'Blackout' and 'Darkest Hour'.
Charlotte OC returns in November 2018, taking an independent route. She introduces a new sound with the hauntingly sparse and powerful new single 'Satellite' recorded with producer James Yuill and released via UK indie GMR and US indie Neon Gold in the US. This single is set to pave the way for an exciting new chapter in 2019 for the artist.
03 Sep, 2019
Charlotte OC will be the special guest of James Arthur on his sold out UK tour.
30 Apr, 2019
Charlotte OC will play at BBC Radio 1's Big Weekend on 25th May, in Middlesborough.
12 Mar, 2019
The SXSW festival takes place this week at various venues across Austin, Texas and features a whole host of Primary Talent International artists.
...Art School Girlfriend
...The Get Up Kids
......And You Will Know Us By The Trail Of Dead
16 Jan, 2019
The video for Charlotte OC's new single 'Satellite' is premiered in Clash Magazine.
21 Nov, 2018
Undoubtedly one of music's most promising rising talents, British songstress Charlotte OC has unveiled her new single, 'Satellite'. The track is taken from her forthcoming EP, which is set to drop early in 2019 and follows the success of her debut album, 'Careless People'.
Having amassed widespread acclaim on singles such as 'Almost Mine' (8 million Spotify streams), and 'Symphony' (4 million Spotify streams), Charlotte's 2018 evolution sees the singer-songwriter move forwards a more alternative pop sound. The emotive vocal 'Satellite' showcases the Lancashire-star's dynamic range. "I'd recently gone through a situation with this lad I'd met, he was saying one thing, but in reality his actions spoke differently," explains Charlotte, "What I thought could be something to begin with, actually turned out to be something completely different in the end. I came to the realisation that when you meet somebody it shouldn't be this complicated."
Charlotte is now taking the independent route, releasing 'Satellite' via GMR and indie Neon Gold in the US. She co-wrote the track with James Yuill who also produced the record. The track follows the release of Charlotte's recent Jonas Blue collaboration 'Supernova' - which was included on the platinum-selling hit-maker's debut album 'Blue'.
'Satellite' was written following an extensive writing period in L.A, and is set for release on 30th November, solidifying her status as one of music's most dynamic acts heading into 2019 and beyond. Having recently sold out her London show in a day, we're certain her popularity it set to soar to galactic heights.
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05 Oct, 2018
Charlotte OC's show at St Pancras Old Church, London on 1st November is now SOLD OUT!.
02 Oct, 2018
Charlotte OC will play St Pancras Old Church, London on 1st November.
10 Oct, 2016
Charlotte OC shares her new video for the track 'Blackout (Visualizer)'.
17 Nov, 2015
Charlotte OC will appear at the forthcoming Eurosonic Nooderslag 16 at Groningen in the Netherlands.
09 Sep, 2015
Charlotte OC produced a series of photos for Topshop for her time at last August's Standon Calling festival.
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