Written by Lauren Rosier
Today, rising alt-pop star, Charlee Remitz, shares her new single, “Movie Theater,” out today from her forthcoming full-length album, Heaven’s a Scary Place, out December 18.
The song is about witnessing some of the scariest moments of our lives in 2002 and having the desire to have someone to lean on during these weird and crazy times.
“It’s like we’re at the movie theater, watching doomsday drawing nearer,” Charlee sings, “And we’re all clutching to each other watching everything catch fire.”
Her voice is so mesmerizing and soothing. She almost makes you feel like everything’s going to be okay.
Her forthcoming album, Heaven’s a Scary Place, due out December 18, is a 10-track project, about “letting go and moving on.” The previous singles, “The New 1980s,”“Romance Me,” which landed a spot on Spotify’s Fresh Finds playlist, and “Season Friends,” which deals with wanting to cut all the negativity out of your life.
Since her breakout debut LP, Bright White Trims, Remitz has been a constant through the indie-pop airwaves. In 2016, she followed with her EP, Saints Until Fridays. Her sophomore record, Sad Girl Music, explored first love and first heartbreak. Her work has earned her millions of streams on Spotify, and three top 200 debuts on college radio, along with multiple song placements on Bravo and E! shows.
Listen to “Movie Theater” below.
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