Single Review: Cloe Wilder – Overthinking

Overthinking by Cloe Wilder artwork

This isn’t the first time I’ve reviewed Cloe Wilder, and if you want to check those reviews out then click here, here and here. But for those of you unfamiliar with the 13-year-old, Florida-based, Dark Pop musician you can check out this interview I did with her in February 2019 which you can check out here. Today I will be reviewing Cloe’s track ‘Overthinking’ which you can check out below. 

‘Overthinking’ has a percussive intro, that reminds me a little of steel drums but synth driven, it’s unique and a little quirky, and it flows well into the rest of the track, I touched on it in the last track but seriously, Cloe only becomes more powerful a performer with each track, this entry has such clarity and emotional depth to it, that I honestly had to just take a moment after listening to it, it really touches at the core of what it’s like to live with anxiety, and it should be hailed as a powerful anthem for mental health. I can’t wait for her next release because she’s done nothing  but impress since I first heard of her.

So that’s what I thought of Cloe Wilder’s single ‘Overthinking’ and if you want to check that out for yourself then head on over to Spotify. Make sure and support the artist by following her on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram, you can keep up to date with Cloe by checking out her website as well.

 

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