Songs for Children revealed today Scottish singer-songwriter Be Charlotte will be performing in Singapore for the first time this month.
The show is taking place on November 18 at the Kult Gallery, Kult Kafe. Entry is free of charge.
Beside setting foot in Singapore, Be Charlotte will be making a stop in Hanoi (Nov 11), Ho Chi Minh (Nov 12), Taipei (Nov 13) and Hong Kong (Nov 15) as part of her first Asia tour.
The singer, along with her bandmates, has been recording new material at Karma Studios in Thailand since mid-October. The studio has welcomed by global artists like Jessie J, Placebo, Young Guns, and Jimmy Page (Led Zeppelin).
Evolved from a solo project of 19-year-old Dundee-native Charlotte Brimner, Be Charlotte is known for “Discover”, “Drawing Windows” and, their biggest single yet, “Machines That Breath”. The song went straight into the viral top 50 on Spotify after its release, was featured on the evening playlist at Radio X as well as received plays on BBC Radio 1.
With idiosyncratic vocals, dexterous melodies, a mix use of digital and live instrumentation, and a knack for writing poignant socially perceptive songs that have depth and character, Be Charlotte has been hailed by critics as well as earned Best Electronic Act at the Scottish Alternative Music Awards and a nomination from the Nordoff-Robbins Big Apple Award.
Here’s Be Charlotte performing “Drawing Windows”, “Machines That Breathe”, and “People” live as a little teaser.