Listen: Charlie Houston - Bad Posture

Listen: Charlie Houston - Bad Posture

The up and coming singer-songwriter unveils her sophomore EP, expanding her candid pop style.

Photo Credit Zachary Hertzman

Hailing from Toronto, Canada is the candid stylings of Charlie Houston, a singer-songwriter who is not afraid to package up her personal stories and struggles into catchy folk-to-R&B infused pop songs. Releasing her highly-praised debut EP I Hate Spring last year, seen in Rollling Stone and on a Spotify Times Square Billboard, she unveils her sophomore 7-track EP release title; Bad Posture

“All these songs focus on different emotions that have a direct effect on my posture” shares Charlie on Bad Posture, continuing “When I’m sad, anxious, nervous, or confused my posture gets worse, and I clench my jaw. I hold so much of my emotion in my neck and jaw. The writing of all these songs caused some serious strain on my neck. Not just from looking down at the paper but the way the feelings that inspired the songs manifest physically in my body.” Featuring the previously released and the effortlessly groovy Dinosaurs In The Garden, moody EP opener Lately, indie-pop slow burner Comfortable, and tender explosive ballad What Do We Do Now? in addition to the EP focus track Falling Out, an EP closer Bitches In The Bathroom, which is also treated to a Charlie Burg Remix. 

Out now, be sure to get across up and coming pop songstress Charlie Houston below, with this emotive and personal new release Bad Posture.

Charlie Houston’s second EP Bad Posture is out now via Arts & Crafts / Virgin Music Australia.

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