Rising pop singer Liv Charette releases the powerful glam pop anthem “Red Flags White.” Blending modern pop sensibilities with elements of some of the genre’s timeless hits, “Red Flags White” showcases Charette’s skills as a “powerhouse vocalist” (Rolling Stone).
Produced by Logan Maggio, “Red Flags White” is Charette’s sixth single and first since her 2021 remake of Tina Turner’s “I Don’t Wanna Fight.” Liv Charette and her country artist contemporary Chris Ruediger co-wrote the song, which found its inspiration in an unlikely place.
Canadian-born, Nashville-based pop artist Liv Charette grew up with big Olympic dreams. The former figure skater spent 11 years on the ice before discovering that she could sing. The first time she sang in front of a crowd, she was hooked and hung up the skates, refocusing her goals on performing and recording.
Hailed by Billboard as “big voiced” and lauded by Rolling Stone as a “powerhouse vocalist,” the singer-songwriter is back with a fresh set of songs that blur the lines between pop, dance and adult contemporary.
Liv’s viral success on TikTok with her Tiny Mic series “One Word Song Challenge” landed her in a feature on New York Magazine’s The Strategist and her weekly “Liv: In the Moment” podcast, the first-of-its-kind on the RIFF app, has seen a 15-20% growth week over week. Guests have included influencers, gamers, recording artists, music industry executives, celebrity makeup artists and more.