Charlotte Lawrence is a popular singer-songwriter from Los Angeles, California. Not too long ago, she released an attractive audiovisual for her “Slow Motion” single, written by Charlotte Lawrence, Andrew Watt, Jason Evigan, and Ali Tamposi, with production coming from Watt and Evigan.
Charlotte Lawrence – “Slow Motion” music video
“The colors are fading out. Is it quiet where you’re sleeping? Your records, my empty house, I wish I knew what you were feeling. Fighting every instinct while you hold your pride. Back to the beginning, it swallows my mind. You’re all that I think about, I even see you when I’m dreaming. I wish that I could hate you, but baby I wish that when I left you’da chased me. I didn’t wanna change but you made me. Now you’re telling all your friends that I’m crazy.” – lyrics
‘Slow Motion’ tells a heartfelt tale of a young woman who decides to break up with her significant other. Apparently, her decision is based on the fact that she believes her companion never loved her the way she wanted to be loved. Later, she is labeled crazy because she made the courageous decision to move on.
‘Slow Motion’ contains a relatable narrative, ear-welcoming vocals, and rich harmonies. Also, the gorgeous tune possesses vibrant instrumentation scented with a contemporary pop appeal. Moreover, “Slow Motion” serves as a wonderful presentation to what listeners can expect to hear on Charlotte Lawrence’s upcoming debut album.
“Slow Motion” single
Charlotte Lawrence (an Atlantic Records recording artist) is a pop singer with a dark edge. So far, she has racked up millions of streams online with breakout tunes, “Just the Same” and “Sleep Talking”. Her most recent singles, “Why Do You Love Me”, “God Must Be Doing Cocaine”, and “Joke’s On You” (off the Birds Of Prey soundtrack), showcase the reward of her musical risks.
We highly recommend jumping on the Charlotte Lawrence’s bandwagon while there’s still room to board. Also, remember to add her “Slow Motion” single to your personal playlist and let us know how you feel about it in the comment section below.