- Charlie Hole Releases New EP “Someone Else’s Dream”
- Bournemouth-based singer-songwriter Charlie Hole has released the second EP “Someone Else’s Dream”. The EP was premiered exclusively on Direct Lyrics.
The EP constains 4-track including the lead singel “The City” and Maggie Rogers’ cover “Dog Years”. He recorded 12 songs for the EP with four musicians in total over 4 days.
His music reminds us James Blunt, but he loves Rod Stewart’s music.
He sets to run the UK tour in support the EP through October 28th. The tour kicks off at CoCo Bar & Lounge on October 6.
Learn more about tour dates, click here.
Abou the EP, Charlie Hole said;
“I think this EP has a certain soul-searching about it; I had been living in London, having a beautiful time and learning about all the world has to offer, but at the same time experiencing huge setbacks and frustrations in my career and personal life. This is a coming of age record; I was searching for some kind of clarity and definition in life, some kind of certainty in the midst of all the confusion. It was that time where you're trying to work out who you want to be; holding on to dreams and praying that they don't end up breaking you.”
- Charlie Hole deuted with his first album “The Joy of a Caged Bird” in 2013, which was produced by multi- platinum-selling writer-producer, Jim Cregan.
He moved to London and has supported Billy Ocean at various dates around the country and opened for Steve Harley at the O2 Academy.
He has provided the soundtrack to an advertising campaign about his hometown, Bournemouth.
The debut EP “Dirty Little Secret” was released in 2016.
In April 2017, he released the lead single “The City” from the EP “Someone Else’s Dream”.
- source : Directlyrics