Charlotte Hatherley

Charlotte Hatherley is a songwriter, multi-instrumentalist, producer and composer.

She has released 3 solo albums: Grey Will Fade, The Deep Blue and New Worlds and has also performed in various bands, most notably Ash and Bat For Lashes.

The first EP from her Sylver Tongue project was released to critical acclaim in late 2012. Her new solo record is due for release in 2017.

Management: Ian Robinson
Management: Mat Morrisroe
Agent: Steve Backman
Sylver Tongue

Sylver Tongue is the new project from Charlotte Hatherley.

The release of the debut EP ‘Something Big’ late last year on Dancing Coins (the new label from a collective that includes Mute artist Al Spx of Cold Specks) was widely supported by the likes of Clash, NME, Digital Spy, Village Voice and RCRD LBL. Sylver Tongue were featured in Drowned In Sound, The Quietus and Clash as well as an early New Band Of The Day in the Guardian and radio support from 6 Music, XFM, Radio 1, Amazing Radio and Radio 2.

Lusciously wounded vocals headline this purple-toned track, allowing it to possess a naked, sweeping force not unlike the great power ballads of decades pastRCRD LBL

She has essayed a brand of English psych-pop, with some twitchy shardsThe Independent

All masks, make-up and a bold new synth-based soundClash

’Creatures’ is the sound of a girl reliving a childhood spent squealing with delight at her parents’ records on the lounge floor on Saturday morningThe Guardian

The name of the project is equally inspired by Phillip Pullman’s heroine Lyra Silvertongue and Japan frontman David Sylvian. Musical references might include Tom Tom Club, Grace Jones and Talking Heads; Charlotte’s compelling and melodic vocals alongside riotous percussion and robotic guitar solos bring a darker, cinematic side to her work, marking a new chapter in her musical career.

Sylver Tongue’s debut album is to be released in 2015.

Backed by a band offering up space age synths and subtle glam stomps with the polish of a project far past it’s current infancy, Hatherley makes for a commanding lynchpin, stalking the stage with a thrillingly standoffish strut… The set spills over with cold, futuristic washes of noise and stealthy fretworkNME

[Sylver Tongue website]