BRAND NEW SINGLE AND VIDEO
ABOUT THE BAND
We Are Charlie (WAC) are an indie rock trio from Pretoria, South Africa. The band formed in late 2013. Dylan Christie (voice and guitar) met Wesley Reinecke (drums) in high school. The two have been making music together since 2008. After a few years exploration in the music scene they found a home in the indie sound and WAC was conceived. Rudolph de Villiers (bass) joined the band in mid-2016 to further-enrich the sound.
We Are Charlie are energetic and up-beat. Their style is one which constants highly distinct guitar melodies, drums and bass provide a solid, groovy yet functional backbone. These instrumental elements become a foundation over which WAC convey their honest (and a little complex) message and approach to lyrics.
The Band as a whole are influenced by Artists like The Pixies, Modest Mouse, The Strokes, Fidlar, Arctic Monkeys, Smashing Pumpkins etc.
We Are Charlie have been privileged to open for and played along side bands such as: Matthew Mole, PHFat, Jeremy Loops, Francois van Coke, aKing, Shortstraw, Desmond & the Tutus, Civil Twilight (USA), Sawagi (Japan), Xavier Rudd (Australia) and many, many more.
We Are Charlie music is available to purchase or stream from iTunes, Apple Music, Deezer, Spotify, Shazam, Amazon Music, Google Play
No shows booked presently.
AUDIO & VIDEO
Masters of catchy guitar riffs We Are Charlie release their brand new single ‘Red Norton’. Following their 5FM charting hit single ‘Let’s Stare At The Sun’, We Are Charlie’s latest single ‘Red Norton’ reaches a new mature level of song writing and the band produces...
I met Dylan Christie and Wesley Reinecke on an ice-cold night at Pop Filter Studios in Pretoria. It’s right behind Menlyn. The third member (and bassist) of We Are Charlie, was away on a trip to Germany. But between Dylan & Wesley, they had more than enough to...
Since their inception in 2014, Pretoria-based indie-rock outfit We Are Charlie have not been idle. ‘Let’s Stare at the Sun’ serves as the lead single off their third EP, “The Sad Kind of Happy”, which is due to drop later this year. Unless you’re one of those...