Chloe Foy “Never Be The Same Again”

Organic and full of coffeeshop vibes in a hip section of Brooklyn. I dig “Never Be The Same Again” by Chloe Foy for how tender and relaxing it is to listen to on a Sunday afternoon in grey NYC. The arrangement is full of string textures that are doing a lot of really intricate and interesting parts while Chloe Foys story unfolds on top. This is a light dynamically but dark mood cinematic piece. Check out “Never Be The Same Again” by Chloe Foy below.

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Artist Bio:

Chloe writes a brand of melodic, homegrown pop that has been likened to such artists as Laura Marling and Sharon Van Etten. Her songs are imbued with lyrical and textural inflections evocative of much of the music she loves taking inspiration from classical music as much as wider trends within British and American indie pop, Chloe’s music comprises of carefully constructed arrangements that delicately compliment her cryptic lyrics.

Having ventured to SXSW in March 2018 for a string of showcase events, Chloe has the backing of some highly influential industry figures. Her performance at The Driskill garnered support from Bob Boilen and NPR’s late night dispatches. Chloe also featured in the March edition of the Storm Report in the 20 artists on our radar segment, as well as the Unsigned Guide Spotlight blog. Chloe’s August release Asylum has already been streamed 1.4million times with a huge listenership in the US market.

January this year she was named a 2019 BBC Introducing “One To Watch” by Radio 3’s Late Junction. She has just completed a successful headline UK tour as well as festival shows at Greenman and Cambridge Folk Festival and is currently touring the UK, EU and US in support of Jesca Hoop. Chloe’s upcoming EP is slotted to be releasing in Winter 2020

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