1 Dec

London Based Singer Charlotte OC Returns with Mesmerizing New Single ‘Satellite’

Charlotte O’Connor was only 18 when she landed her first record deal. After a rough start, her record label, Columbia Records, dropped the young artist after releasing just one album. Two years later, it turns out that they made a big mistake by letting her go.

With a new record deal in her bag, Charlotte started to attract a lot of attention of the international press who promptly made her an ‘Artist To Watch’. With support of the BBC, Noisey, Hunger Magazine & Vevo DSCVR, her star started to shine brighter than ever before. After performing at the Belgian festival Pukkelpop in 2016 and releasing her second album Careless People in 2017, the promising artist took her time to work on new music.


Captivating pop. That’s how you can describe Charlotte OC’s music in two words. Her newest release ‘Satellite’ starts smooth and sober, but as soon as the chorus takes off, there’s no holding back. With her raspy and raw vocals she mesmerizes everything and everyone within seconds.

There is no doubt… Charlotte OC hasn’t lost her magical and interesting sound. With her first release in two years, Charlotte OC proves that she is still a fresh talent that deserves a much bigger stage than she is given right now. Welcome back, Charlotte!

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