Charlie Cunningham / Shares 'Bite' Video Ahead of Sold Out London Show
Charlie Cunningham has today released a video for ‘Bite’, one of the stand out tracks from his latest album, 'Permanent Way’. The video pre-empts Charlie’s sold out show at Hackney EartH, London, on 26th Feb which is part of a wider European headline tour that extends throughout March.
Directed by Tobias Ohlsson, the ‘Bite’ video was filmed off the West Coast of Sweden in the depths of a maze-like wooden sculpture, ‘Nimis’, which is crafted solely from driftwood. The stormy Scandinavian seas in the film act as a visual representation of Charlie’s foreboding lyrics in the song itself.
Watch/Share the 'Bite' video HERE.
'Permanent Way’ as a whole, and ‘Bite’ in particular, documents life’s uncertainties: the need for intimacy and love, but also space and independence. The record sees Charlie laugh in the face of ‘difficult second album’ syndrome and ‘acoustic-singer-songwriter’ imagery with boosted colours and dynamics, while retaining the essence of his achingly personable appeal and in the process clocking up close to 30 million streams for the album on Spotify alone.
2019 was a busy year on the road for Charlie and his full live band and 2020 begins with more of the same as they set out on the road across Europe throughout February & March.