Charlee Remitz takes modern pop and drenches it. In truth. In reverb. In synths she would describe as “sounds of the sunset.” The curious Montana-native has been circulating the indie airwaves since moving to Nashville in 2014 where she released her self-written and self-produced debut EP, These Veins—a darker ambiance for the dreamy singer—before falling victim to the perils of self-doubt and anxiety; the lingering corollaries from a contentious childhood.

Later in 2014, the success of These Veins would narrow the gap to Los Angeles, where the following year, Remitz, taking inspiration from the likes of Taylor Swift, Troye Sivan, and G-Eazy, released her breakout debut LP, Bright White Trims, a cutting take on electro pop. Compounding her efforts in 2016 she followed it up with EP Saints Until Fridays, an almost Bright Write Trims 2. But it wasn’t until 2017 where she hit her stride after linking up with new-coming producer Zach Milo. Her sophomore LP, Sad Girl Music, dropping November of 2018, is expected to be a massive exploration of first love and, the more important, first heartbreak.