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Album Reviews


"This album is one of the best I’ve heard from a solo female singer/songwriter in a long time. It’s been playing off and on for the past two weeks and it isn’t old yet. Charlotte is a true artist; one that has dedicated her entire existence to pursuing art and sharing it with the people of the world.

This is a rare find."



"There’s such a fight in this girl’s words. She’s been through a good deal of trial in her young life, and these hardships have no doubt provided her with wisdom along the way. As a musician in her early 20’s, her sound is a youthful one, poignant one. Her words, on the other hand, show a different side of her. She has created something that is well beyond her years, and for that she should be applauded. With track names like “Running Up That Hill,” “Who I Am,” and “Who I’ve Grown To Be,” it’s clear that she’s got a lot to say about her life."



"Much like Kate Bush, Eriksson is a fiercely independent, outspoken musical spirit. Listening to the songs on I Must Be Gone and Live, or Stay and Die may be a little uncomfortable for those more used to the simplistic pop musings of contemporary artists like Ariana Grande. Grande may have the voice and the face to be a huge pop star, but she’s not about to bare her soul to the world through song. Eriksson, on the other hand, can’t help be tell us everything – both good and bad. If she didn’t write and sing about everything on her mind she’d probably burst."


There’s a lot to love about Charlotte Eriksson, AKA, The Glass Child. Behind that killer voice and booming personality, she’s inspirational in a way that only those who have really experienced life can be. Her struggles, triumphs, and wavering perceptions all lend themselves to beautiful storytelling and fresh inspiration in her debut full-length, I’d Like To Remain a Mystery.



“Once in a while you stumble across an artist you have never heard of before and they just blow you away.”  












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drunk on someone else’s love,
or couch,
and I’ve never felt more at home.

I fled myself,
from the life I’ve built
because I’ve been inhabiting routines I don’t want to stand for.

Inhabiting skin I’d rather shed
but still took on
like a soldier serving his country,
for that’s what they told me to do.
But I was not
or wise,
but young and foolish,
for what is this thing? Trading passions for a tiny bit of acceptance,

and I am not a Sunday morning inside four walls
with clean blood
and organised drawers.
I am the hurricane setting fire to the forests
at night when no one else is alive,
or awake,
however you choose to see it,
and I live in my own flames.
Sometimes burning too bright and too wild
to make things last 
or handle
myself or anyone else
and so I run.
Run run run,
far and wide
until my bones ache and lungs split
and it feels good.
Hear that, people? It feels good,
because I am the slave and ruler of my own body
and I wish to do with it exactly as I please,
and living in this skin is hard and painful, most of the times,

because I never volunteered to take this on.

The daily sacrifice of heart over mind,
the forever on going task of explaining this and that,
and why I don’t want to look like this and
be like that
but still here I am and if this is the body I’ve been given I’m sure as hell gonna make it work.
If this is the place I’ve been given, I’m sure as hell gonna make this work.

So I fled the me that was never really me and I’m on my way. To newer lands and uncleaned streets
for I’ve had enough of childish safety in comfort.
Enough of all telling me to look and do, like this and that,

and I never meant to please anyone but myself
and you can call me selfish,
throw words like knives in the dark but I will not listen,
for not listening to sharp words brought me to where I am today
and I believe in the path I’ve been given. If my only task in this life is to walk it,
I surely will walk it
prouder than anyone else.

If this is the path I’ve been given, I will walk it
prouder than anyone else,
for no one else can.

// from my book You’re Doing Just Fine ☾

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