Charlotte Day Wilson is a Canadian Toronto-based vocalist, multi-instrumentalist and producer who we introduced with the 2018’s sophomore EP Stone Woman. Now shehas released the debut album called Alpha which is out now via Stone Woman Music. According to the press release, Alpha is an eleven-song journey of metaphor and earnest declarations, recollecting Charlotte’s inner struggles of love, growing, and breaking that she’s finally speaking to in a greater way. Charlotte made waves irom her 2016 release of her debut EP CDW, alongside 2018’s Stone Woman, in addition to her work with friends and collaborators BADBADNOTGOOD, Daniel Caesar and Kaytranada.
Her contemporary take on R&B and soul showcase her sublime vocals and her ingenuity as she fuses vintage basslines, gospel assonance, and contemporary minimalist production to create a strikingly beautiful sonic aura. The recently released ‘Keep Moving‘ is a continuation of the ‘If I Could‘ video and the queer cinematic series for this album, a compelling exploration of self-discovery and earnest declarations, recollecting Charlotte’s inner struggles of love, growing, and breaking that she’s finally speaking to in a greater way. Another immensely moving and deeply personal clip. Alpha also features the widely praised single ‘Take Care of You‘ ft. Syd as well as a song partnering with Toronto’s jazz-funk trio BADBADNOTGOOD.
Check the new video for the track “Changes“.