Charlotte Sands is back with her new single Six Feet Under, following on from her recent release Alright.

The artist, who recently perform at Manchester Academy alongside Pvris and Maggie Lindemann, finds herself blending punk and pop with melodies and hooks as she looks at self-doubt.

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As Charlotte Sands explains, “Six Feet Under is a song about having the impulse to sabotage your own life whenever it feels comfortable and the addictiveness of having highs and lows instead of balance and stability. It’s for anyone that finds themself having self destructive tendencies and constantly struggles with embracing solidity. I hope you love this song and I hope it brings you some kind of peace knowing you are not the only person who feels more at ease when surrounded by chaos.”

The cocktail of attitude and accomplishment that sparkles throughout Charlotte’s music is reflected in her back story. She had the talent to be accepted into the prestigious Berklee College of Music. But after stealing her mum’s car so she could relocate to Nashville, she found the call of creating her own music too big to ignore. And as her music began to attract a burgeoning following, those studies were put on hold.

Charlotte Sands returns to the UK and Europe later this year for sets at Slam Dunk Festival, Rock im Park and Rock am Ring.