CHARLIE COLLINS Shares New Single ‘Please Let Me Go’ + Debut Album Out May 31

Today Charlie Collins returns with the new single Please Let Me Go, lifted from her forthcoming debut record ‘Snowpine’ out May 31 on Mirror Records. The track premiered on NYLON earlier this week, describing Please Let Me Go as “the perfect soundtrack to our most introspective days.”

Talking about the track, Charlie Collins reveals Please Let Me Go is a personal account of self-reflection and a sense of hopelessness during a difficult period in her life.

“This is somewhat of a self-pity song,” Charlie Collins explains. “I was feeling sorry for myself when I wrote this, as I just felt like I couldn’t win in a sense. I felt tired and didn’t feel like I had the strength to keep going, constantly comparing myself to others around me and feeling like somewhere along the lines, I had failed.”

The new single and upcoming debut record lead the charge ahead of Charlie Collins’ national support of Kasey Chambers’ 20th Anniversary tour of The Captain, which kicks off on September 12 in Melbourne. This tour marks an important milestone in Charlie Collins’ career, as Kasey Chambers was a strong influence in Collins’ decision to pursue a career in music.


Thursday 12th September – The Palms at Crown – Melbourne, VIC

Friday 13th September – The Palms at Crown – Melbourne, VIC

Saturday 14th September – Costa Hall – GPAC – Geelong, VIC

Sunday 15th September – Wangaratta Performing Arts Centre – Wangaratta, VIC

Thursday 19th September – Lismore City Hall – Lismore, NSW

Friday 20th September – The Fortitude Music Hall – Brisbane, QLD

Saturday 21st September – Southport RSL Club – Southport, QLD

Friday 4th October – Thebarton Theatre – Adelaide, SA

Saturday 5th October – The Astor Theatre – Perth, WA

Sunday 6th October – Bridgetown, WA

Friday 11th October – Town Hall Theatre, PAC – Devonport, TAS

Saturday 12th October – Theatre North at the Princess – Launceston, TAS

Sunday 13th October – Wrest Point Entertainment Centre – Hobart, TAS

Thursday 17th October – Anitas Theatre – Thirroul, NSW

Friday 18th October – Evan Theatre, Panthers – Penrith, NSW

Saturday 19th October – The Cube – Campbelltown, NSW

Sunday 20th October – Bathurst Memorial Theatre – Bathurst, NSW

Friday 25th October – Giant Dwarf Theatre – Redfern, NSW

Saturday 26th October – Nex Theatre – Newcastle, NSW

Sunday 27th October – The Playhouse Theatre, CTC – Canberra, ACT

Tickets here


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