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Chloe Moriondo has dropped a lush new track in ‘manta rays’

Chloe has also rescheduled her UK headline run of shows to April 2021
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Published: 12:43 pm, June 26, 2020Words: Jamie Muir. Photos: Danielle Parsons.
Chloe Moriondo has dropped a lush new track in ‘manta rays’

Wistful newcomer Chloe Moriondo has unveiled a lush new track - ‘manta rays’

Chloe’s first new music since the release of Cavetown-produced recent EP ‘Spirit Orb’, it’s a stunning dose of summer bliss distilled into 3 1/2 mins of joy. Can’t get that on the shelves at Tesco let us tell you that for free!

Speaking about the track, Chloe explains: “The song is about an unhealthy attraction that I know a lot of teenagers can relate to. It was super cathartic to put all of my ideas into Manta Rays and sing the chorus out as loudly and as emotionally as I wanted to. It makes me feel like I’m dreaming underwater.”

Chloe Moriondo has announced new rescheduled dates for her UK headline run too - with those shows now taking place in April 2021. Calling into Leeds, Glasgow, Manchester, London and Brighton, you can check those all out below

Chloe Moriondo is set to play:

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20 LEEDS The Key Club
21 GLASGOW The Garage
22 MANCHESTER Deaf Institute
24 LONDON The Garage
25 BRIGHTON Patterns

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