Canadian indie-R&B artist Charlie Houston reflects on new single “Things”, taken from her forthcoming debut EP I Hate Spring due out this April.
20 year-old Toronto singer-songwriter Charlie Houston garnered recognition and praise from the likes of Zane Lowe, NPR and SPIN Magazine, as well as landing on multiple editorial Spotify playlists with her stunning debut “Calls” at the start of the year. She’s back with another solid offering— “Things” is a downtempo indie R&B track that reflects on her youthful insecurities and unrequited affection with raw vulnerability. With its moody vibe throughout and relatable content, Charlie shines with a gorgeous vocal performance which seamlessly fits the electronic-centred production. most listeners, young or old will be able to relate to the topic of the song in some way. Her forthcoming debut EP I Hate Spring, is due out for release this April.
“The song is sort of about becoming so infatuated with someone that you begin to lose sight of who you are. Also comparing yourself to the kind of person you think they want, and trying to become that” — Charlie Houston.
Stream “Things” below: