Show DescriptionAfter 10 long years, Charlotte Church returns to the USA with a fresh new sound that has confounded all expectations. Her thrilling synthesis of fractured electronics and bruised guitar rock has drawn overwhelming acclaim from the British indie music press, with 'ONE & TWO', the first and second of 5 EP's that she will release in 2013.
It seems like only yesterday that the 12 year old Charlotte Church was singing her way to worldwide superstardom. She performed for President Clinton and Pope John Paul II, among an astonishing list of world leaders and statesmen, as well as countless thousands of adoring fans all over the world. She sold 11 million records before she was 16. Now Charlotte is 26, and despite comparisons to Bjork, Radiohead and Kate Bush, there is no mistaking the spirit and originality she conveys on her new tracks.
Charlotte is enjoying the creative freedom that self-releasing brings, she is working with local musicians and recording in her own studio, allowing Charlotte to express herself honestly and openly. Taken together, both EP's are beautiful, emotional records that move through patches of delicacy, strength, vulnerability and confidence. The tone varies from the tautness and intensity of 'TWO's 'Nerve' to the ethereal lustre of 'How Not To Be Surprised When You're A Ghost' from 'ONE'; the bluster of 'Beautiful Wreck' contrasting with end-of-the-world lament 'Lasts, or Eschaton'. Listening to these two EP's, it becomes clear that Church has finally found her true sound.
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