2020 started with a roar for Chloé Caroline after the release of her several successful singles throughout 2019 and a major move from Nashville home to Los Angeles. Her songs have received substantial airplay on all streaming platforms and terrestrial radio across the globe and her music videos added to BBC, Radio Disney, CMT, Nickelodeon, and other high profile video channels. Stellar performances at The Sundance Film Festival’s “Snowball”, The Analog, Hotel Café, and the iconic Bluebird Cafe in January propelled her career forward with multiple industry endorsements.
The process of writing and recording this record began in 2017 and was to not only be her first record but first fan-funded record as she launched a Pledge Music campaign in 2018. Unfortunately, the company went bankrupt thus delaying the release of the record yet Chloé not only insisted on finishing it but fulfilled her fan’s merchandise all out of her own pocket since she didn’t end up receiving the majority of the funds raised. Most recently, like so many other artists her career came to screeching halt with the onslaught of COVID19, but instead of stopping Chloé has persevered going into a creative whirlwind. The result is two finished full-length albums, the first, “Everywhere I Go” to be released June 5th 2020 with a series of short form visual content for socials media. As her fan base consistently grows, these elements will continue to show the other visual and creative sides of Chloé Caroline.
While this album features 5 previously released singles it also contains 9 new original songs including a remix of her ever popular single Gypsy Daughter. Chloé is the consummate independent artist and while labels and publishers have been circling she continues to remain indie keeping a firm hand on her songwriting and career. With “live” music on the back burner for the remainder of 2020 Chloé will focus on live streaming several upcoming shows with Live X Live and BMI Music to take her music and song directly to her fans.
Born and raised off of Pacific Coast Highway on the shores of Manhattan Beach, California, Chloé Caroline was immersed in sound from birth. Her father, a musician and film maker, filled their house with the eclectic sounds of Fleetwood Mac and The Stones, mashed up with Frank Sinatra, Rickie Lee Jones and Dolly Parton.
A gypsy in spirit and a student of human behavior Chloé has been writing songs in journals for as long as she can remember. “My lyrics are intimately personal to me but also based on universal experiences that people can relate to”, says Chloé.
Chloe’s unique, melancholic vocal style and reflective lyrics helped her define a "New SoCal Sound” combining old school influences with fresh, organic, Indie-pop twist which has caught the attention of industry heavy hitters including this review from President of Entertainment at Caesars Entertainment, Jason Gastwirth, at The Emerge+Music festival in Las Vegas. “Chloé has a beautiful voice, strong stage presence, and tremendous upside." said Jason, "Her audience engagement introducing her songs also came across as really sincere.”
Her personal, daily connection with over 200k fans has built a devoted, global “Chloé Caroline Crew” of followers. Since 2015 Chloé has written and performed several songs for film including the title track “Ready To Come Home” for Oscar winner Steve Herek’s “The Great Gilly Hopkins”. In 2018 she made her acting debut in the feature film "Love of Course" and wrote/performed the film's entire soundtrack. Chloé indie releases have shown her “hands on” growth as a writer, artist, and now producer.