"I wrote Toxins about the bad habits I picked up after I moved away from my little town and started getting homesick!" Hanson said about the track. "It's a song I think a lot of people can relate
to, especially when they move to a new place."
After performing at several notable US festivals this summer including Bumbershoot in Seattle and Summerfest in Milwaukee, Hanson embarked on a successful tour with Jeremy Zucker. Earlier this week,
she began another run with pop superstar Troye Sivan on his fall "Bloom Tour", which will take them to numerous major cities including Los Angeles, Chicago and San Francisco. For a complete list of
remaining dates, please see below.
In under two years, 18-year old Carlie Hanson has made her way from working at a McDonalds drive thru in a small Wisconsin town to becoming a full-fledged artist and songwriter that has graced the
pages of iconic fashion magazines CR Fashion Book and Remix Magazine. She has self-released four vibrant breakout tracks which have a collective 50 million-plus streams. Her viral hit "Only One" is
prominently featured on Apple Music's A-List Pop Playlist as well as an Apple Music Playlist curated by Taylor Swift and Spotify's Today's Top Hits. Hanson released her debut music video for the song
earlier this year, which was directed by directing duo Similar But Different (Dani Girdwood and Charlotte Fassler) with an all-female crew. The video accrued hundreds of thousands of views in just a
few weeks and garnered attention from Sirius Hits 1 radio station on SiriusXM. Watch it now HERE .