A fixture in Harry Styles’ band on keys and vocals, Charlotte Clark is branching out as a solo artist, offering up “Disarray” as an impressive exploration of the human condition and our need to be challenged.
An incredibly multi-talented artist, Charlotte Clark's breadth of experience shines through effortlessly in “Disarray”, as soaring vocal lines showcase an ethereal yet assured and masterful performance.
Clark explains, “'Disarray' is about choosing between the hard truth of letting someone go or staying with them for the ease of comfort. It’s about giving everything and realising that your heart will never be in it, however much you want it to be. The messiness and dirtiness of attachment. A cry for help and also an empowering cry of acceptance.” Indeed, the poignancy of her lyricism combined with a complex and percussive bass give the track a real quality of finesse and purpose.
Having worked on the track with producer Scott Verrill (Kwassa), and mixing by Odd Martin (Sigrid, Aurora, Rhys Lewis), it's an exciting glimpse into the soundworld of Clark’s upcoming EP Warm Weather, and indeed, the future of an exciting and breathtakingly chic artist.