Charlie Brennan, Stabwounds

Charlie Brennan is a singer-songwriter from New York, NY. After studying guitar and teaching himself piano, Brennan began writing his own music at the age of 12. Charlie’s musical catalog ranges across a variety of genres and has earned him over 25 Million streams globally. His songs “Let Me Be” and “Cool” reached #11 and #39 on Spotify’s Viral 50 Chart respectively, and his song “The Ocean” was featured in Pepsi’s summer 2015 advertisement for “World Emoji Day”. Charlie’s music has been featured on a variety of Spotify-curated playlists, including dance-pop and New Music Friday. In September 2017, Charlie released “When We Were Young”, a collaboration with Miller Guth. The track was featured on Trap Nation and has since reached over 2 Million Streams. His newest album “ODDS/ENDS” came out May 10th, 2019.

Stabwounds is a doe-eyed indie folk two-piece with a salacious, occasionally murderous rock and roll streak. They "soundtrack a generation of sexually charged hopeless romantics" (Pucker Mob). All original songs, Stabwounds is the sexually charged reincarnation of Simon and Garfunkel. Their debut EP Goody Goody, recorded and produced by Oliver Hill (of acclaimed Pavo Pavo) is now available on CD and all digital platforms. Stabwounds is comprised of Brooklyn-based vocalists Amanda Brooklyn and Emma March Barash.



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