Single Review: Cloe Wilder – You & Lonely

Cloe Wilder - You & Lonely

Cloe Wilder is a 14-year-old Indie Pop singer/songwriter from Florida and I have had the privilege of reviewing their music several times before, you can check out my reviews of their original music here, here, here and here. You can also check out my reviews of Cloe’s cover songs by clicking here and here, these were in fact the first things I heard from the artist. Lastly, before we start on the review you can find out more about Cloe by checking out this interview I did with them a while ago. Now let’s move on to my review of ‘You & Lonely’ which was released on the 10th July 2020. 

‘You & Lonely’ opens with soft and gentle piano, the resonant keys supporting her voice perfectly, speaking of vocals, since the last track I reviewed Cloe’s voice seems to have undergone something of a transformation, becoming richer and deeper, more confident. It takes someone who was already an immensely talented and mature singer, and makes them even better. This song has a tangible vulnerability to it that is just breathtaking. Honestly hearing tracks like this is one of the reasons why I run this blog, and I cannot wait for the next release to see where they go from here. 

So that’s what I thought of Cloe Wilder’s latest single ‘You & Lonely’ and if you want to check that out then head on over to Spotify. Make sure and support the artist by following them on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.

 

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