Charlee Remitz releases intimate album ‘Sad Girl Music’

23-year-old singer-songwriter Charlee Remitz shines brightly on every track that her crisp and expressive voice graces. Not shy of confronting complex situations, her aperture on modern emotion is on full display throughout her forthcoming album Sad Girl Music. Filled with sparkly, electro-pop production, the Montana born singer-songwriter takes listeners through a whirlwind of a relationship. From realising her first affections to acknowledging her own Devilish charm, fans are transported to an alternate reality of long desert drives and Hollywood Halloween parties.

Featuring the well-received lead-up singles To Tell You The Truth, My Worst and Forever Like This, Sad Girl Music is the first full-length album since Charlee’s 2015 Bright White Trims. Her debut album boasts hit singles King’s Cup (283K Spotify streams) and BMW (192K Spotify streams) and multiple American TV placements, including Total Divas and Bad Girls Club . She has since released successful singles 1000 Ruined Holidays (140K Spotify streams) and “The Leftovers” (78K Spotify streams).

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The lead single from the album, Devilish is an attitude-laden lament that perfectly encapsulates the album’s energy. Lyrically pulling from themes that represent the album as a whole, and working in musical styles that display the breadth of her ability, her distinctly honeyed cadence is at the forefront, truly mystifying your consciousness.

Beyond releasing music, Charlee Remitz has spent the last three years taking care of herself and honing her craft. She moved from Nashville to Los Angeles and found a world of inspiration and an undeniable conviction to conquer her demons and stand with strength for other young women finding their own path and self-worth. She’s undeniably Montana’s alt-pop hero.

This isn’t the last we’ll hear from the Sad Girl saga, be on the watch in Spring of 2019 for the Sad Girl Music Vol. 2 which will feature an additional six now self-produced tracks.