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Artist & Songwriter Chloe Lilac Debuts Single “10 Things”

Listen To “10 Things” HERE +
Watch The Official Video HERE

New Mixtape Due Out Fall 2021

“Chloe Lilac pours her heart out” [on “Here’s Your Song”] – The FADER

“Lilac’s raspy voice and the thumping beat of the drums give this song the perfect end-of-summer mood” [on “Summer”] – NYLON

“an undeniably exuberant affair, Lilac easily balances maturity with the revelry” [on “High School”] – Billboard

“instantly anthemic” – PAPER

“an indie pop star on the rise” – Highsnobiety

“explosive confidence” – MTV News

“she shows a knack for an emotional gut-punch” – DIY

“Her relatable lyrics and dreamy melodies don’t just make music. They make moments.” – Refinery29

Chloe Lilac - 10 Things

Today, Brooklyn-based artist Chloe Lilac has released a brand new single and her first of 2021, “10 Things.” The song is the first track to see a release from Chloe’s upcoming new mixtape, due out fall 2021. Listen to “10 Things” everywhere now here. Watch the official video here.

A personal track tracing the rough edges of a close friendship’s fallout, Chloe details, “i wrote 10 things about a bad friend i had throughout my life, and finally realizing it wasn’t healthy for me to keep them around anymore. it can be so frustrating when a close friend prioritizes a relationship above your friendship. best friend breakups are one of the most painful things you can go through, especially when you feel let down by someone you trust so much.”

“10 Things” marks Chloe Lilac’s triumphant return since her 2020 sophomore EPDOUCHEBAG — a fearless, anthemic collection of tracks that solidified Chloe’s place as a veritable force among rising alt/pop artists. Featuring songs like “HERE’S YOUR SONG,” “MODERATION” and title track, “DOUCHEBAG,” the project drew widespread critical love from outlets like The FADERNYLON, UPROXXMTV, Refinery29, and PAPER

Through the uncertainty that shadowed much of the last year, Chloe Lilac tapped into her DIY roots to self-direct and self-shoot two official videos in her Brooklyn home while in quarantine and has also asserted herself a bold activist for social causes. From taking a stand for LGBTQ rights during Pride Month (see a partnership here with Pride.com) to joining the fight for racial justice, Chloe has become a beacon of strength and a model for young women and artists.

Early 2019 debut EP, Manic Pixie Dream, kickstarted a slew of critical acclaim and streaming success. Singles “High School” and “Special” both were given Spotify ‘New Music Friday’ placement and saw critical love from outlets such as Billboard, who called “High School” “an undeniably exuberant affair.” 

Be on the lookout for more from Chloe Lilac’s upcoming new project, out fall 2021.

About Chloe Lilac

Born and raised in Brooklyn, NY, Chloe Lilac’s humble roots of sneaking out to perform on the streets of NYC by age 13 continue to inspire her artistry. Building her skills as a self-produced songwriter, Chloe began releasing songs in 2017 with her first-ever release, “Reckless,” breaking the Top 5 on the U.S. Spotify Viral Chart. Her early songs and live shows saw critical nods from outlets like DIY Magazine, who note Lilac’s “knack for an emotional gut-punch.”

Chloe has toured extensively including direct support runs with mxmtoon and Tessa Violet as well as headline dates in NYC and L.A. for Neon Gold Records’ ‘Popshop’ showcases. Chloe has also performed at SXSW and has toured with other rising artists including Charlotte Lawrence, Sasha Sloan, and Rejjie Snow. 

Chloe has already enjoyed 20 million+ Spotify streams,a feat first kicked off by the 2018 release of “Stolen Liquor” which hit #1 on Hype Machine and sparked NYLON to claim the track “will have you reminiscing about those summer nights in high school.” Single “Summer” has attained 14 million+ Spotify streams alone and saw critical support from Ladygunn.

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