Songs for My Next Ex is an album full of love, loss, and growth. A blend of Alt-Country, Pop and Folk, these songs are meant to tell a story and tug at the strings of relationship drama that is all too familiar to so many.

“This has definitely been one of the craziest creative processes for me. To begin, this album is the most personal project that I have released, to date. All of the songs were written during and/or about my most recent relationship. When you listen to the album in order (which I hope everyone does!), you really get a sense of the story – the joy, love, sorrow, and ultimate growth, that came with this particular relationship. Because it is so personal, and when we first started recording, some of the songs were still so fresh, it was a very emotional recording experience for me. While songwriting is already how I process and express my emotions, going through this creative process allowed me to grow, strengthen, and discover myself even more. On top of all that, we recorded and produced the entire album during quarantine. Everyone (me, the band, my backup singers…) recorded in their own spaces, and then my magician of a producer, Conor Keelan, worked it all together. One of the most fun things about recording, for me in the past, has been the excitement of being in the studio, working with the band, finding all of these moments in the room, together. While that wasn’t possible this time around, I think that we were ultimately able to find a much more nuanced product because we were able to take our time, freely re-record, and really dive into the emotion of each song, and the journey of the album.

Overall, Songs for My Next Ex has been transformative for me, both as a woman and as an artist. I am so excited to finally get other ears on it, and to watch the story unfold for the first time for new listeners. It’s definitely terrifying to put this much of my heart & soul out into the world, but I feel like so many people experience this kind of emotional rollercoaster, and if even one person can relate, and hopefully find a strength like I did from these songs, it will be worth it!”

Charlotte Morris is a nomadic singer-songwriter whose music showcases a unique blend of folk, pop, rock, & country music. From her lilting folk ballads to her rock anthems for a new generation, Charlotte displays a wide aptitude for various styles. She draws inspiration from many of her favorite artists including Delta Rae, Brandi Carlile, Sara Bareilles, and Liz Longely, as well as folk legends like Peter, Paul and Mary, Simon & Garfunkel, and Joni Mitchell. Her songs, which are mostly auto-biographical, also reflect her years in the theatre, with nuances and lyrical storytelling akin to musical theatre writing. Described as “the love-child of Judy Collins, deftly playing her violin, guitar and our heartstrings”, Charlotte’s music and charming on-stage presence leave audience members wanting more.

Charlotte released her debut EP ‘To New York, with love’ in June 2018, which received recognition from newspapers, music blogs, and playlists worldwide. Since then, Charlotte has released a number of singles, including 2 “quarantunes” about the COVID-19 pandemic, as well as a 5 song EP, Sputnik, produced by Nashville-based, Mitch Dane. In Spring 2019, Charlotte embarked on her first solo tour, performing in 15+ cities across the country including Nashville, Austin, and NYC.

Songs for My Next Ex, released on December 17, 2020, is Charlotte’s first full length album. It is an 8-part “story album” that, when listened to from top to bottom, takes the listener through the highs and lows, the goods and bads, of a tumultuous, yet transformative relationship. Once again, Charlotte bares her soul to her listeners, providing them with an in-depth look into her life and her heart.

Charlotte is originally from outside of Philadelphia, and still spends quite a bit of time there, both performing and relaxing with family.

When not writing and releasing music, Charlotte is an actor, personal trainer, animal lover, and avid cheese eater.

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