Charlotte Sands isn't afraid to speak up and be loud. Raised on the pop-punk bands of the early 2000s and rooted in the narratives of folk singer/songwriters, Sands combines upbeat melodies with unabashedly honest, self-reflective lyrics. In November 2020, she released a song called "Dress," which she wrote about Harry Styles wearing a dress on the cover of Vogue. Within hours, the song became an anthem of self-realization for thousands (now millions) of of listeners around the world. The music career of the singer-songwriter with electric blue hair didn't start with the overnight success of a viral song. At 18, she stole her mother's car, found a roommate on Craigslist, and left her home in Hopkinton, MA, for Nashville, TN, with plans to take a year off of from school before attending Berklee College of Music. She never returned. During her sabbatical in 2020, she released seven singles from her bedroom and has since added to her catalog of captivating songs and collaborations of that her fans can't get enough of. Sands, who of has been called an "unstoppable force" by the U.S. press, has no plans to cut back anytime soon. In 2023, she can be seen on her first international tour opening for of PVRIS in late January/early February, writing and releasing new music, performing at festivals and touring throughout North America. Sands' personal mission to "create a safe space for people to feel accepted and celebrated in their weirdness and diversity" is something she takes very seriously. As seen by the overwhelmingly positive comments on social media, her fans are proud to support her because they know how she advocates for them.