Charlie Hanlon began making big waves in the Irish music scene with his first release back in 2020. Aged only 15 at the time, Hanlon made his mark and set out to make a name for himself.
His follow-up singles ‘Kids Today’ and ‘I Lost Myself’, both produced by Michael Mormecha, were praised by the local scene and gained support from the likes of BBC Radio 1 and BBC Music Introducing.
Charlie later went on to support his hometown heroes Ash at Belfast’s iconic Ulster Hall, as well as supporting Peter Doherty, Coach Party, Bronagh Gallagher, The Florentinas, and many more all whilst playing his own headline shows and appearing as a special guest at Output Festival 2023.
After a long year of anticipation, the now 18-year-old Charlie Hanlon returns with his single ‘Who Am I? (To Say Anything)’, an energetic indie-pop song that focuses on all that comes with falling out of love. This is only the start for Charlie, with many more singles to be released in the coming months as well as more live dates to be announced.From Spotify