19-year-old artist Chloe Moriondo who is gearing up for the second leg of their North American headline tour while currently on the road with Ashnikko. Chloe will be wrapping her headline tour with a special hometown show in Detroit at El Club on November 27th. This spring, Moriondo shared their critically acclaimed major-label debut album Blood Bunny, which The New York Times crowned as a “Critic’s Pick.” The record also garnered additional praise from The FADER, Pitchfork, Billboard, NYLON, UPROXX, and more. The arrival of Blood Bunny was accompanied by an official video for track “Bodybag,” which The FADER named as one of the “20 Best Rock Songs Right Now.” Following the release, Moriondo made their television debut performing “Bodybag” on Jimmy Kimmel LIVE!, and appeared soon after on The Late Late Show With James Corden, where she played a dynamic rendition of “I Want To Be With You.”
More Recently, Chloe shared a new EP blood bunny (acoustic), featuring four stripped-down tracks from their recent album, unveiled a new single “Not Okay (Feat. Mazie),” which was produced by Elie Rezk (Bella Poarch, “Build A Bitch”), and just last month shared the official video for “Favorite Band.”
Self-professed “internet kid” Chloe Moriondo tackles overwhelming infatuation, listless daydreams, and first love with keen empathy that’s unsearchable online. With their relatable, confessional lyrics and idiosyncratic humor, the singer-songwriter has built a devoted fanbase of millions, sharing her authentic self to create a genuine connection with listeners.
“On the robust and vividly plain-spoken ‘Blood Bunny,’ Moriondo…is a pop-punk whiz, deftly hopping between musical approaches from spare to lushly produced, and emphasizing intimate, cut-to-the-bone lyrics.” – THE NEW YORK TIMES
“filled with memorable alt-pop earworms that you won’t be able to stop listening to, or even thinking about” – BILLBOARD
“Moriondo’s album offers the relatable charm of bedroom-pop with enough confidence to explode beyond those walls post-quarantine.” – PAPER
“don’t sleep on Chloe Moriondo… ‘Blood Bunny’ is spiky and whip smart” – The FADER