Massachusetts native pop singer Charlotte Sands has released new single “Bad Day” featured along with an official visualizer
The song is a pop-punk anthem about allowing yourself to feel angry, upset, or even pissed off when things aren’t going your way. In addition to releasing new music, Charlotte has also announced a performance at Bonnaroo 2021 via the WHO Stage on September 5th.
Charlotte Sands states: “So often in life, we’re told to be positive and get over things quickly, but I’ve always felt that we need to fully feel every emotion in order to move on. ‘Bad Day’ is about recognizing your lows so that you’re able to grow. When everything feels like it’s going wrong and the world is falling down around you, leaning into that feeling of being at rock bottom is sometimes the only thing that can make you better.”
Charlotte was raised on 2000s pop punk and is rooted in the lyricism of folk singer/songwriters. The Massachusetts-born artist effortlessly connects with listeners through messaging that tells a story with positive and bright sounds that make it nearly impossible not to move.
With a live show that is described as “electric,” Sands quickly establishes a bond with fans through an energetic & uplifting human experience. Earlier in March, the rising pop star has released her single “Special”