Newly crowned alt-pop princess Charlotte OC returns with a stunning and emotive new single 'Falling For You'.

If you’re not already in the know, then allow us to introduce you to the stunning and enigmatic songstress Charlotte OC who is back with a tender and addictive new track ‘Falling For You’.


Following on from EP singles ‘The Pain’ & ‘Freedom’ – championed by BBC Radio 2’s Rylan & BBC Radio 1’s Jack Saunders – Charlotte OC is taking no prisoners as she opens her heart on her idiosyncratic brand of alt-pop bops to cry and dance to at the same time. We stan.


Speaking on ‘Falling For You’, Charlotte revealed. “I’m very good at making every song I write very sad – I literally cannot help or stop myself. Since being a child I’ve always been attracted to the darker sounds and shades of life. However, when my sister gave birth to my beautiful nephew Louis, I suddenly felt a whole new feeling I’d never felt before. Not only a whole new respect for love but a love for life itself. How amazing it is to be able to have a brand new member of the family that has little pieces of all the people you love and also to acquire an instant need to protect and love this human within a millisecond of meeting them. My mind had been well and truly blown and my heart had been stolen without me knowing. This song is about falling in love. This song is for my little Louis.”


What a perfect way to warm up your Bank Holiday Friday then falling in love with the emotive and glistening new track from our fave pop Queen to be.


Dive into the premiere below!

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