Chelsea Cutler is redefining the female indie pop artist. The 20-year-old singer, songwriter, producer represents a new generation of women who are taking control of their artistry and dispelling the myth women aren’t or can’t be producers.
Earlier this year Chelsea released “Your Shirt,” the first single off her fully self-written and self-produced debut EP. The track is a bashful confessional anchored on youthful tropes of unrequited love and romantic insecurity and to date has garnered over 17 million Spotify streams.
Today Chelsea returns with a new cut “You Make Me” and announces the release date for her self-titled EP. In “You Make Me,” Chelsea opts for a sunnier, more uptempo beat with can’t-get-it-out-of-your-head all too relatable lyrics about the push and pull of a new relationship as she laments in the chorus, “call me, it’s always 3 AM when you call me; when you know that I don’t wanna be lonely, and I could use a hit of your crazy.”
“You Make Me” is out now off of Chelsea’s upcoming self-titled EP, due out on October 6th.