Chork releases debut single "Old New Love"

Chork has today released his debut single "Old New Love" today (12th June) which is a great introduction to the Derbyshire based artist.

Known to his friends as Charlie Gibson, he's been hard at work at home writing and producing for a while now, and in the past few months he's been putting the finishing touches to his brit-pop laden debut single.

With influences such as The Libertines, The Smiths, Arctic Monkeys, Stone Roses and The Strokes. It's no wonder the debut release of Chork sounds the way it does.

He wrote and produced the single all by himself in his studio in Belper, Derbyshire and is about a painful and heartbreaking break-up, Charlie says - "The track is a real expression of how difficult but consoling it is to still be in love with no contact." - something which I feel like everyone has been through once before.

His raw and honest lyrics shine through here with the indie-rock backing giving us something to feel familiar with. The sound and tones of the track sounds like The Kooks mixed in with the pop sensibilities and honesty of Coldplay.

If this is his debut solo release we feel that an EPs worth of music would be a force to be reckoned with, so be sure to give him a follow on the socials as he's only at the start of the journey - but what a journey it looks like it's going to be!