Charlie Dore, the British singer/songwriter who had a big US hit with her first single in the late 1970s (‘Pilot Of The Airwaves) and went on to write for Sheena Easton, Celine Dion, Jimmy Nail and many more, really came into her own as a solo artist in 2004 with the wonderful Sleep All Day. Her new album is Like Animals. I’m an absolute sucker for her pithy, touching, musically intelligent songs. We chatted about the various quirks of psychology that inspired some of her latest tracks. Read it in the new issue of RnR Magazine.