With works with Twenty Committee, the indelible ripple of vocal goodness rips through your soul, in sanity and musing epiphany.
The beautiful vocals of Chloe Rodgers is ready to set your listening normalcy to fire. A pasture of story delight you in all that is both pop and rock.
“The first half of Faces is about one of the loveliest days I’ve had where I felt so connected to my friends and the universe. The second half is about one of the worst days of my life where I felt like I was being eaten alive by paranoia and fear, I really thought I wasn’t going to make it out alive that day. I thought the contrast of these 2 intense feelings would make an interesting song. The bits where I’m just singing a tune with no words & the instrumental is meant to represent taking time to reflect on these things.”
With influences taken from PJ Harvey to Billie Eilish and Thom Yorke, the lyrical efforts of ‘Faces’ at the underside is the reminder of songs as vexing and beautiful as bands like MUSE and Coldplay.
The mesh of greatness is evident with Chloe’s radical productions.
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A Delphian Lullaby has passed 5K streams on Spotify within a few weeks with more than a thousand of you listening from more than 60 countries which I’ve been told is pretty decent for a first ever release so thank you so much to all of you who are still listening 😍🎶 music video link in my bio! photo creds to the awesome @duckgarnham 📸✨ #newmusic #spotify #indiemusic #nottslife #radiohead #massiveattack #aurora