Charlie Lane (Single Launch)
Charlie Lane (Single Launch)

Charlie Lane (Single Launch)

with Maddy Petch, Special Guests
The Workers Club (Fitzroy, VIC)
Thursday, 14 March 2024 7:00 pm
13 days away
18 Plus
Australian Artists

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Hailing out of Australia’s creative capital, renowned for her "melancholy and self aware lyrics", Charlie Lane is releasing her first single 'Gold Drips' off her debut album ‘I’m OK Now, But I Wasn’t’.

With influences from indie artists such as SoKo, Phoebe Bridgers, The National and Little Simz, to soul sensations Joss Stone and Amy Winehouse - this might give you an idea of how eclectic her music is.

'Gold Drips' comes after a long break for the singer. It follows the releases of her EP ‘Mood Swings & Antidepressants’ in 2017 and 4 singles, 'Crazy Happy', 'The Darkest Time', 'Faker', and 'Sail' over 2018 and 2019, with her music gaining over 200,000 streams online and featured on H&M radio, SYN FM, and JOY FM.

Working with producer and engineer Rohan Sforcina (formerly of ARIA award-winning band Oh Mercy) at HeadGap Studios, this latest release encompasses the sounds Charlie has developed over the last 10 years, since graduating from JMC Academy with a Bachelor in Contemporary Music and Performance, playing over 100+ shows across Melbourne and collaborating with a variety of session musicians - including Adam Heath (guitarist for numerous bands such as Maple Glider and C.WATTS), Louis Spencely and Jethro Kalt (drummer and bassist for Eastbound Buzz) - and producers, including Luke Yeoward (owner of Half Way Records, past singer for King Cannons). Charlie’s upcoming album is mastered by Lachlan Carrick who is known for many mastering credits including Grammy-nominated soundtrack for Baz Luhrmann’s 'Elvis', and working FOH for Gotye.

Charlie's aim is to create a more inclusive and equal space in the music industry.

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