After a wildly successful eight months following the release of her debut record last year, Charlotte Plank promptly returns with yet another drum n bass-inspired single, titled ‘White Noise‘.
Over the last few months, Plank has received a huge amount of support from everyone over at BBC Introducing and BBC Radio 1. Consequently, ‘White Noise’ was premiered by Clara Amfo last Tuesday night on BBC Radio 1. Not to mention, NME included her in their 100 Names To Watch in 2023, spotlighting Charlotte as a powerful force in the UK dance scene right now.
Plank is a multifaceted producer and singer-songwriter who is creating an authentic sound primarily inspired by Britain’s legendary rave scene. She blends this style with an assortment of influences, taken from the world of pop to the soulful vocals of Amy Winehouse.
Succinctly, ‘White Noise’ is about the muffled sound that remains after an exhausting conversation full of excuses and ignorance.
Speaking on the message behind the track, Charlotte expresses that “It’s a very special song to me and is close to my heart. It’s about being stuck in a cycle with someone who constantly uses the same excuses for their behaviour/actions and who never take responsibility for anything. We all know somebody like this, right? It’s the ones who always say it’s someone else’s fault/issue. Eventually, all those excuses and arguments eventually becomes WHITE NOISE.”
At this time given the success of her recent collaboration with Rudimental, and her preceding singles ‘Lost Boys‘, ‘L.S.D.’, and ‘Hate Me’, Plank is tirelessly working her way up the ladder, generating more and more momentum with each release.