Having worked with Mumford & Sons on their latest film project during their 2019 world tour, performed at legendary venues such as The Albert Hall, The Cavern Club and The Deaf Institute and featured live on BBC Radio Merseyside, Charlie Reader is ready to drop his debut track, ‘Morning Light’ on March 6th.
Charlie Reader is a folk rock singer-songwriter from Liverpool, taking a wide range of influences from the likes of Bruce Springsteen, Bob Dylan, Mumford & Sons and Jade Bird. Perfectly marrying rich open acoustic tunings with powerful yet catchy vocal melodies, Charlie has made a name for himself, making him impossible to ignore. His charismatic performances blended with his foot-stomping upbeat style has led to him performing over 180 shows across the UK and Ireland in 2019 alone.
‘Morning Light’ dives into Charlie’s private and personal struggles as an adolescent thrown into the modern society of the UK after a somewhat sheltered upbringing in Western Germany. The world that he had grown up in for 14 years had suddenly seemingly fallen apart, with his parents separating and family torn apart. This song however, isn’t as much of a sob story but a song of a journey, and a message to say that things can and do get better and make you far stronger in the end.
The debut single ‘Morning Light’ will be released on Friday 6th March on all popular streaming platforms.
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