Charlotte Spiral’s “Only Place I Know” Is A Chillful Meditation On Self-Doubt

A dreamy & lush introspection

Photo: Barbora Mrazkova

Through ethereal and haunting choruses, London duo Charlotte Spiral takes us into a chillful space of meditation on self-doubt in new single “Only Place I Know.” It’s a slow-burning piece where we’re start from a dark place of uncertainty but eventually find the light at the end of the tunnel. Hit play:

“‘Only Place I Know’ was written as an immediate reflection on self-doubt,” the band say of the track. “The ‘only place I know’ in the chorus is the ‘place’ of self-doubt, which gradually moves towards hope within the verses and describes how someone close to you can help you gain confidence and belief in yourself.”

The track is from their upcoming EP Ideal Life, which will be out on February 7th via Chapped Lips. The duo will be playing across London next month, so go see them:

04 Feb – London, UK – Servant Jazz Quarters

25 Feb – London, UK – Union Chapel**

**supporting Alice Boman