French American indie pop artist Charli just released her new single “Little Love” from her recently released short film The Time Left.
In “Little Love”, Charli opens up about a difficult time in her life. Feeling lost and abandoned, the vulnerable song highlights the complex feelings associated with loneliness and despair, and ultimately sends a powerful message about kindness, love, and taking care of your mental health. Soft vocals and minimalist production set the tone for her innermost confession, and the listener feels all alone with the artist as she bravely opens up with honesty to reveal the deep-seated pain in her heart.
Charli confides, “I wrote it when I really thought that nobody loved me, and that feeling was deep – it was like I was screaming with my last breath that I was here and that I needed help.” The heart-wrenching diary has clear intentions, serving as a reminder to check in with yourself and your loved ones frequently, especially through difficult times. Charli concludes, “Trust yourself and let people love and help you. There is light at the end of the tunnel.”
Charli, formerly known as Charly Gee, is a singer-songwriter from France who currently resides in Los Angeles. Her music is a fusion of 90s indie pop and electro-pop soundscapes for an enthralling sound. Charli’s latest singles, “Little Love”, “Switch Time”, and “Overdose” are from her recently released short film, The Time Left, which won 5 festival awards, including “Little Love” for Best Original Song at the Indie Short Fest.