Having amassed over 71 million streams alone on the previous 2017 single ‘Minimum’, Charlie announces the release of his second album this June.
Having teased fans with new releases throughout the beginning of the year, Charlie Cunningham announces the highly anticipated release of his second album titled ‘Permanent Way’, arriving June 7th.
The title track of his album was the first to be dropped this year, with ‘Sink In’ and ‘Don’t Go Far’ following in it’s footsteps, they have so far clocked up over 5 million streams on Spotify and growing, with ‘Don’t Go Far’ following Charlie’s most signature sound.
I’m delighted to say that I have a new album coming out on June 7th – it’s called Permanent Way. In the meantime here’s another song from it.
— Charlie Cunningham (@Charlie_C_Music) April 10, 2019
In total, Cunningham has over 165 million streams on Spotify to date with his growing collection of singles, EP’s and first album. His newest album ‘Permenant Way’ documents life’s uncertainties: the need for intimacy and love, but also the space and independance. “I’m quite a private person outside of performing” Cunningham admits. “There is some autibiographical stuff in the lyrics, but it fits in and out quite a lot; it’s much more about people generally and their interactions.”
Duncan Tootill returns in part to co-produce, with producer/engineer Sam Scott at the predominate creator, with a trip to Los Angeles for a session with producer Rodaidh McDonald (The XX, King Krule) adding ‘Don’t Go Far’ and two other songs to the record.
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