Alternative • 23m
At age eighteen, Chloe Moriondo professes to be an “internet kid,” yet she tackles overwhelming infatuation, listless daydreams, and first love with keen empathy that’s unsearchable online. The singer/songwriter was recently dubbed an “Artist To Watch” by PEOPLE and NME, and has received critical praise from Billboard, E!, UPROXX, FLOOD Magazine, and more, with single “I Want To Be With You” lauded by The New York Times as “acutely observed bedroom pop … served with a side of arena-emo triumph.” She recently shared new single “I Eat Boys,” a deceptively breezy track inspired by the queer cult classic film Jennifer’s Body. Chloe Moriondo’s major-label debut album Blood Bunny arrives May 7th via Public Consumption Recording Co./Fueled By Ramen.
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