Charli Adams has announced a new EP, and released a single about her overactive tear ducts

Check out 'cry over everything' now.

Charli Adams has announced a new EP.

The news follows on from recent single ‘na na na song’, which marked her first new music since debut album ‘Bullseye’. The EP, ‘Nothing To Be Scared Of’, is set for release on 30th August. Charli’s also shared a new teaser from the release, ‘cry over everything’.

“This song is about my overactive tear ducts and the title is actually the biggest understatement,” she says. “Essentially my eyes well up when I feel any trace of emotion, good or bad. I cry when I yawn, laugh, or hear a well written song.

“I‘ve always been a big feeler, and throughout my entire life I’ve been referred to as sensitive but I found myself in a career that fosters that and not only allows me the freedom of sensitivity but encourages it.

“This song is about embracing that part of yourself and recognizing its beauty and its essential role in the healing process.”

Check it out below.

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