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CHELSEA CUTLER RELEASES NEW ALBUM WHEN I CLOSE MY EYES

FEATURING LATEST SINGLE “FOREVER”

LISTEN TO WHEN I CLOSE MY EYES HERE

Platinum-Certified singer, songwriter, and producer Chelsea Cutler unveils her sophomore album, When I Close My Eyes, out now—listen HERE. The 13-track album—written, recorded, and produced by Chelsea with several artists and collaborators—features her newest single, “Forever.”

On the album, she says, “I’m so excited to give you my sophomore album When I Close My Eyes. I felt so much joy being able to work on music collaboratively again, so I can only hope all of that joy is woven into this album for everyone to hear.”

Chelsea’s skills and story drive the record, while moments of infatuation, doubt, anxiety, happiness, and hope adorn her highly curated soundscapes. By giving listeners herself in everything she does, Chelsea is universally relatable on When I Close My Eyes.

When I Close My Eyes includes Chelsea’s previously released singles, “Devil On My Shoulder,” “Calling All Angels” feat. Quinn XCII, “You Can Have It,” and “Walking Away.” Together, the songs have amassed over 15 million combined Spotify streams to date and been praised by Entertainment TonightCOMPLEXUPROXXConsequenceHYPEBAEOnes To Watch, and many more.

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Chelsea recently wrapped her co-headline “Stay Next To Me Tour” with Quinn XCII, which included 24 dates and two sold out nights at New York’s iconic Radio City Music Hall. Stay tuned for more touring announcements to come soon!

This exciting new chapter follows Chelsea’s critically acclaimed 2020 debut album, How To Be Human, 2021 brent ii EP with Jeremy Zucker, and a slew of widely praised collaborations over the past year, including “Stay Next To Me” with Quinn XCII, “Little Things” with Louis The Child and Quinn XCII, “Crying Over You” with The Band CAMINO, and “Crazier Things” with Noah Kahan.