Following on from a stunning array of singles including 'To Tell You The Truth', 'My Worst' and 'Forever Like This' throughout the year, frontwoman Charlee Remitz has now dropped her eagerly-awaited second studio album.
The new full-length 'Sad Girl Music' follows on from her 2015 LP 'Bright White Trims', and features eight tracks of glittering electro-pop that transports the listener to an alternate reality of long desert drives and Hollywood Halloween parties.
Speaking about her new release, she said, “In June, we broke my heart. It wasn't as simple as, "he did it." No. Because I did it too. I think he wanted to be let go. He couldn't do it himself. I grasped at his fingertips, bracing myself at the cliff's edge while he dangled into whatever void would swallow him should I decide to loosen my grip and set myself free. That's when I lost myself. Those final weeks, when I knew we were done, but I couldn't stand up, walk away, trust that if I let him fall, he won't come apart, or I won't jump in after him. Finally, I slipped my hand from his. That's where my story begins. Sad Girl Music isn't about him. It's about me. It's about drowning so you can become what you cannot possibly be when you stay above the surface. Sadness is not a weakness. Sadness is a triumph.”
This isn’t the last we’ll hear from the Sad Girl saga, be on the watch in Spring of 2019 for the 'Sad Girl Music Vol. 2', which will feature an additional six now self-produced tracks. For now, have a listen to 'Sad Girl Music' in full via the player below.