CHLOE FOY – ” Are We There Yet ? ” EP

Posted: December 11, 2020 in ALBUMS, MUSIC

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Chloe Foy has had an exciting year. Fresh off the back of playing SXSW in the Spring, where she captured the attention of US audiences and the likes of NPR radio’s Bob Boilen, she has gone on to rack up over 6 million plays on Spotify and tour in support of the mercurially talented Jesca Hoop, as well as embarking on her first ever headline UK tour. Effortlessly beautiful from beginning to end, singer songwriter Chloe Foy’s Callous Copper was the first track we fell in love with in 2020.

Taking inspiration from classical music as much as wider transatlantic trends in folk and indie, Chloe’s songs comprise of carefully constructed arrangements that delicately compliment her cryptic lyrics. ‘Callous Copper’ is an unabashed love song,’ shared Foy back in January. ‘It’s not common for me to be quite so open in my imagery, so I surprised myself with how I laid myself out quite so openly. It has imagery of love in all its seasons.’

With her strikingly beautiful voice and emotionally direct song writing impressing listeners globally, Chloe looks set to have an even better 2021, with a debut album in the pipeline, and with festival appearances already confirmed at Cambridge Folk, amongst others. Chloe is supported by the PRS momentum fund.

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‘Her huge talent lies in creating delicate yet intense atmospheres that swallow us in bliss, while her voice remains our steady link to reality.’ – The405

‘Beautiful and Relatable’ – The Line of Best Fit

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‘She might just be our favourite songwriter of this, or any year’ – Ear To The Ground, ‘definitely a name to watch’ – Folk Radio UK

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