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 Singer, songwriter and producer Chelsea Cutler’s highly anticipated debut album, How To Be Human, is out today via Republic Records—listen HERE!

The 16-track album features Chelsea’s latest single, “Sad Tonight,” written by Cutler and produced by the renowned creative team Captain Cuts. The song is accompanied by the official video, shot by award-winning director Drew Kirsch (“You Need To Calm Down,” “Lover”), out now—watch HERE! Chelsea will make her debut late night television appearance performing “Sad Tonight” on Late Night with Seth Meyers on January 23rd.

Of How To Be Human, Chelsea says, “I am so excited to finally release How To Be Human, my debut full length album. Writing this album taught me so much about life, love, loss and happiness. I couldn’t be more proud or more excited to give it to the world.”

She describes the meaning behind “Sad Tonight,” saying, “‘Sad Tonight’ is the anthemic heartbreak song. I kind of refer to it as the anti-pop pop song. There are so many songs about going out with your friends and partying to get over somebody, so this song is about staying in and indulging in your sadness during a break-up. I’m super excited about ‘Sad Tonight’ because I feel like it’s the best representation of my sound in a more pop leaning direction, and I’m proud to call it the lead single off the album.”

How To Be Human, of which Chelsea produced 13 songs, also includes her previously released singles, “I Was In Heaven,” “Lucky (w/ Alexander 23),” “You Are Losing Me” and the title track, “How To Be Human.” The album has already received critical praise from Billboard, E! News, UPROXX, NYLON, Idolator, L’Officiel, EARMILK, Ones To Watch and more.

Next month, Chelsea will hit the road on her “How To Be Human” World Tour with Alexander 23 and X Lovers as support, kicking off on February 13th in Dallas at Canton Hall and making sold out stops at New York’s Terminal 5, Boston’s House Of Blues, Seattle’s Showbox SoDo and more. She will also make her Coachella debut this April, as a recently announced artist on Saturday’s lineup. See her full list of upcoming tour dates below. Tickets are on sale now at

Stay tuned for more from Chelsea Cutler as she gears up for a massive 2020!


Instantly-relatable lyrics and handcrafted lo-fi soundscapes have established Chelsea Cutler as a quiet, yet disruptive, force for popular music. Within two short years, the singer, songwriter and producer went from bedroom-constructed uploads to 750 million-plus cumulative streams and acclaim from Billboard, Complex, PAPER Magazine, Refinery29, Ones To Watch and more. In 2017, her breakthrough single “Your Shirt” paved the way for her debut EP, Snow In October. Leaving college shortly after, she hit the road alongside Quinn XCII at the top of 2018 before kicking off a prolific string of releases, including the independently released mixtapes Sleeping with Roses and Sleeping with Roses II, leading to two completely sold-out nationwide headline tours in fall 2018 and spring 2019. That summer, she made appearances at Governors Ball, Bonnaroo, Lollapalooza and more. Signing to Republic Records in 2019, Chelsea Cutler forges a human connection on her latest singles, “How To Be Human,” “You Are Losing Me,” “Lucky (w/ Alexander 23)” and “I Was In Heaven,” a preview of her forthcoming debut album, How To Be Human, set for release on January 17th, 2020. 



  1. “Sad Tonight”
  2. “Strangers Again”
  3. “What Would It Take”
  4. “I Was In Heaven”
  5. “Are You Listening”
  6. “nj”
  7. “Somebody Else Will Get Your Eyes”
  8. “You Are Losing Me”
  9. “I Miss You”
  10. “The Human Condition”
  11. “Lucky (w/ Alexander 23)”
  12. “I Should Let You Go”
  13. “How To Be Human”
  14. “New Recording 28 – Lions”
  15. “Crazier Things”
  16. “you were good to me” (bonus track)



February 13                Dallas, TX                               Canton Hall

February 15                Dallas, TX                               Canton Hall*

February 16                Austin, TX                               Emo’s

February 18                Atlanta, GA                             Variety Playhouse

February 19                Nashville, TN                          Marathon Music Works

February 21                Royal Oak, MI                         Royal Oak Music Theatre

February 22                Columbus, OH                        EXPRESS LIVE!^

February 23                Louisville, KY                          Mercury Ballroom

February 25                Toronto, ON                            The Danforth Music Hall

February 27                Boston, MA                             House Of Blues*

February 28                Boston, MA                             House Of Blues*

February 29                New York, NY                         Terminal 5*

March 3                       New York, NY                         Terminal 5*

March 4                       Philadelphia, PA                     Franklin Music Hall

March 5                       Silver Spring, MD                   The Filmore Silver Spring

March 10                     Chicago, IL                              Riviera Theatre

March 11                     Milwaukee, WI                        Turner Hall Ballroom

March 12                     Minneapolis, MN                     First Avenue

March 14                     Salt Lake City, UT                  The Depot

March 16                     Seattle, WA                             Showbox SoDo*

March 17                     Portland, OR                           Crystal Ballroom

March 19                     San Francisco, CA                 The Warfield Theatre

April 11                        Indio, CA                                 Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival

April 18                        Indio, CA                                 Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival

May 1                          Stockholm, Sweden                Obaren

May 3                          Copenhagen, DK                    Ideal Bar

May 5                          Berlin, Germany                     Bi Nuu

May 6                          Munich, Germany                   Orange House

May 8                          Cologne, Germany                 Luxor

May 9                          Amsterdam, Netherlands        Melkweg Oude Zaal

May 10                        Paris, France                          1,999

May 12                        London, UK                             Scala

May 13                        Machester, UK                        Gorilla

May 14                        Glasgow, UK                           Stereo

* Sold Out

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