Artist info

Genre

Indie, Rock


Influences

Bon Iver, Thom Yorke, Daniel Johnston


Unearthed artists we like

Brightness, Didirri, RACKETT, Crocodylus, STUMPS


Website

www.charliegradon.com

Bio

Resurfacing at the start of the year with lead single ‘Grieving’, Charlie Gradon is back with new indie-rock banger ‘Blurry Ones’, keeping everyone on their toes by taking a big step up in energy compared to the mellow folk laden tones of ‘Grieving’.

‘Blurry Ones’ was written about a time when Gradon bought his wife Ally a vintage camera which took as Gradon describes – “Basically useless blurry photographs.” Seeing it as a metaphor for his life/love and at times useless behaviour, Charlie tells the story of himself grappling with mental illness while coming to terms with the fact that he has found the love of his life. The last lyrics of the song depicts Gradon’s feelings - “I’m getting happier, and it’s all thanks to her.”

"Dispersing an emotional vivacity inescapable to the human soul, the quintessential aftermath to any Charlie Gradon experience.' - AU Review

“Self-Doubt” is 22 minutes of deep introspection and infectious melodies crafted with a deft degree of precision." - Life Without Andy

www.charliegradon.com

Review

Love Don't Matter

Charlie Gradon

Review by Abby Butler Abby Butler

11 Nov 2020

Triple J
40

a nostalgic toe-tapper that seriously has something for everyone. nostalgic and fresh in equal measure!

a nostalgic toe-tapper that seriously has something for everyone. nostalgic and fresh in equal measure!

Review

Blurry Ones

Charlie Gradon

Review by Nkechi Anele Nkechi Anele

26 Jun 2020

Triple J
45

I kind of like the blurry parts too. They're beautiful, feel entirely under the influence of those majestic hazy psychedelic sonic swirls.

I kind of like the blurry parts too. They're beautiful, feel entirely under the influence of those majestic hazy psychedelic sonic swirls.

Review

Blurry Ones

Charlie Gradon

Review by Zan Rowe Zan Rowe

22 Jun 2020

Triple J
45

This is just so gorgeous. That searing guitar wail out at the end? Oh boy.

This is just so gorgeous. That searing guitar wail out at the end? Oh boy.