Charlotte OC Questions if it's Really Love On New Track 'Satellite': Premiere

Charlotte OC
Sam Pyatt

Charlotte OC

Charlotte OC tries to break down her lover's guard on her new single "Satellite," premiering Thursday (Nov. 29) on Billboard.

The 28-year-old singer's intoxicating vocals give a peek into her world of love and confusion as she sings, "I don't mean to cause no harm as I sit with you in your car/ I don't mean to break your heart/If it's not right for you/I won't fight with you."

“I’d recently gone through a situation with this lad I’d met," the singer said in an emailed statement of the track, which is out via Neon Gold Records. "He was saying one thing, but in reality his actions spoke differently. What I thought could be something to begin with, actually turned out to be something completely different in the end. I came to the realization that when you meet somebody it shouldn’t be this complicated.”

Produced by James Yull, the song is set to appear on her upcoming EP due out next year. The new record will come two years after her 2017 sophomore album Careless People gained attention with tracks like "Darkest Hour," "Blackout," and "Medicine Man."

Listen to "Satellite" below. 


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