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01 Off My Neck
02 Snot (feat. Deb Never)
03 Tough Boy
04 Nice To Know Ya
05 Girls In Line for the Bathroom
06 Your Mom
07 Fuck Your Labels
08 Gucci Knife (feat. MASN)
10 Fake Smile
11 Love You Anyway
12 Come Back Around
If turning 21 was a feeling, it would be Carlie Hanson’s debut album. While coming of age, the artist has been plagued by the uncertainty of not knowing what path to take (and if it’s the right one), and figuring out what it is she really wants (and then changing her mind again). It’s a 12-track experience of being in limbo. “Each song is a temporary feeling that I was [experiencing] that day and a lot of self-questioning,” Hanson says over Zoom of her debut album, Tough Boy.
While the alt-pop-leaning record is often rooted in some of the more serious emotions that surface with impending adulthood, Hanson’s personality is the polar opposite. From her apartment in Silver Lake, where she moved last February, the rising singer-songwriter — currently sporting a FIDLAR tee and a bleach blond crew cut — is bouncing off the walls with the energy of someone who has been cooped up at home too long. One second she’ll be quipping that she’ll be throwing up black tar at a photo shoot (her Los Angeles place has a mold problem), and the next she’ll seamlessly transition into her own hype man.
Born and raised in Wisconsin, growing up the 21-year-old musician was a self-proclaimed “rock head.” She credits her sisters for making her a fan of bands such as Evanescence, Lacuna Coil, Avril Lavigne and Third Eye Blind. Her first concert was Disturbed. But Hanson was equally shaped by pop music, and Justin Bieber in particular. “I feel like I learned how to sing from Justin Bieber, just watching him on his YouTube videos,” she recalls. At 10, she began posting her own covers to the site.
Nothing took off until she was 16, when iHeartRadio ended up reposting one of her covers — “PILLOWTALK” by ZAYN — on Instagram. That garnered the attention of Hanson’s former talent agent, who introduced her to a slew of producers. “My mom and I went to Canada to work with these producers when I was 16, still in high school, working at McDonald’s and didn’t have any idea what a real writing session was or anything,” she recalls.
While there, she made her first proper recordings and met some of the producers with whom she continues to work now. By 2017, Hanson’s popularity skyrocketed when Taylor Swift featured Hanson’s second single, “Only One,” on one of her signature “favorite songs” playlists. Nearly a year later, she’d be touring with Troye Sivan and Kim Petras, and by 2019, she had signed to Warner. Two EPs have followed since — 2019’s Junk and 2020’s DestroyDestroyDestroyDestroy. And, as she says, “the rest is history.” It’s what has led to her transformative debut full-length.