Born and raised in Manhattan Beach, California, Chloé Caroline’s music and artistry radiates a warm, authentic, SoCal vibe with a subliminal message for people to live their truth and spread their light so we can better connect and understand each other. Her ultimate goal: for nobody to ever feel alone. After experiencing a life-threatening illness at age 11 that left her isolated, she taught herself guitar from YouTube using songwriting as her outlet. Her sound's intentional combination of real and synthetic instruments and nods to the past and present, lends her to being a timeless breath of fresh air for the future of pop music. She is both an old soul yet ahead of her time. A prolific writer, Chloé combines the vocal influences of Stevie Nicks/Amy Winehouse/Avril Lavigne with the pop and writing sensibility of Harry Styles and Shawn Mendes. She uses bitingly honest lyrics and storytelling influenced from the highs and lows of her personal life and the world around her to strike a chord and connect to a universal audience.
While still in college at Belmont University, Caroline became the first independent artist with her music and videos added to Radio Disney, Disney Channel, and Nickelodeon Music. Shortly after graduating in 2018 with no prior acting experience, she auditioned and co-starred alongside Kelly Rutherford and Cameron Mathison in Hallmark Channel’s "Love, of Course”. She also wrote and performed the soundtrack and songs for the film. In addition, she has had multiple film/TV placements with her original songs ranging from the end title of Lionsgate’s "The Great Gilly Hopkins” to MTV’s "Catfish”. As an influencer, she has organically and independently built a loyal following via social media with over 200K fans that have dubbed themselves the "Chloé Caroline Crew”.