22 year old singer/songwriter to launch debut single.
Soulful vocals and a melodic guitar enshroud a biting, candid comment on the far right to make Charlie Law's 'Who Made Heaven' a clever, unassuming presentation of a striking take on the relationship with religion in 21st Century Britain.
The singer/songwriter's delicately sung debut single begins with the lines, "Met my lover in a stadium/ She was a Muslim and I took her home/ and the EDL with their flags aloft/should have seen her crying when the bombs went off", immediately exposing the audience to the idea of religious tension experienced within society.
Subtly blending Bob Dylan's quirky tones with a smoothness comparable to Sam Cooke, the 22 year old, who has previously supported Ed Sheeran and 10cc, continues by addressing difficult issues in a composed non-confrontational manner.
Law's overall performance combines a sense of innocence with a powerful message to expel any notion that the UK music scene is a playground solely for mass produced, soulless releases, stripped of any meaning.
The launch of the single will be at Proud Bar in Camden on December 14th.
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