Charlotte Day Wilson Announces Tour & More

Charlotte Day Wilson Announces Tour & More

Today, the Toronto-born-and-raised singer, songwriter, producer, and multi-instrumentalist Charlotte Day Wilson announces her upcoming 2024 tour, stopping in cities like New York City, Los Angeles, Chicago, and San Francisco and headlining iconic venues like Webster Hall in NYC and the El Rey in Los Angeles. Tickets go on sale Friday, March 1st at 10AM local time – purchase here
Additionally, Wilson recently announced the release of her sophomore album Cyan Blue out May 3rd via Stone Woman Music / XL Recordings along with the release of the stark and devastatingly beautiful first single, “I Don’t Love You”.The track arrives with a visual directed by Dani Aphrodite featuring layered low-fi footage of the artist and producer performing at home, living every day life and having moments of solitude in her car, a theme that comes up throughout the album.  “This song is meant to remind us that losing love & leaving can be just as inspiring as finding it,” shares CDW.
Cyan Blue finds Wilson crafting a smoothly woven cyan tapestry of her eternal influences; thumping gospel piano, warm soul basslines, atmospheric electronics, and penetrating R&B melodies. Yet, it possesses a sense of vastness that rings in a new era for Wilson, one in which she’s embracing collaboration and newfound creative openness tinged with wistfulness and yearning and a reflection on youthful  innocence. Working with producers like Leon Thomas (SZA, Ariana Grande, Post Malone), and Jack Rochon (H.E.R, Daniel Caesar), Cyan Blue demonstrates Wilson’s sonic expertise while also showcasing the next evolution of her time-bending songwriting. Through 13 hypnotizing tracks, she continues to use music as a vessel for unpacking relationships, which in turn allows her to meet and understand herself in life-spanning, panoramic focus.
While this is only her second album, Wilson’s influence in music has made a major mainstream impact. Wilson broke out in 2016 with her critically acclaimed EP, CDW, followed by 2018’s Stone Woman and made her debut studio album an official coming out moment in 2021 with the critically acclaimed, self-released Alpha.  Over the past decade, she’s been sampled by Drake, John Mayer, and James Blake, while Patti Smith has recently praised and covered Wilson’s 2016 breakout single “Work.” Additionally, she’s collaborated with artists like Kaytranada, BADBADNOTGOOD, and SG Lewis, demonstrating that there’s no sound Wilson can’t adapt to and sprinkle her cyan-colored magic over.


Wednesday, May 15 – Seattle, WA – Neumos

Friday, May 17 – Vancouver, BC – Vogue Theatre

Saturday, May 18 – Portland, OR – Hawthorne Theatre

Monday, May 20 – San Francisco, CA – The Regency Ballroom

Tuesday, May 21 – Los Angeles, CA – El Rey

Friday, May 24 – Houston, TX – House of Blues – Bronze Peacock

Sunday, May 26 – Atlanta, GA – Center Stage

Wednesday, May 29 – Philadelphia, PA – Foundry

Thursday, May 30 – Washington, DC – Union Stage

Friday, May 31 – New York, NY – Webster Hall

Sunday, June 2 – Boston, MA – The Sinclair

Tuesday, June 4 – Chicago, IL – Thalia Hall

Thursday, June 6 – Toronto, ON – History

PHOTO CREDIT: Emily Lipson

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