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Chloe Rodgers ‘The Algea’ : Maybe she’s trying to tell us all something. That things INDEED will be alright and better.

Chloe Rodgers

With a shower of praise and support from outlets like CLASH and Wonderland, Chloe Rodgers’ tempting warmth and 10-ton impactful-ness of voice, delivers again in her single, ‘The Algea’.

Said Chloe: “‘The Algea’ is named after a group of Greek goddesses that are basically just mega depressed. I was definitely being over dramatic giving it that name. It was just about being a naive teenager looking for love but getting used by older dudes that knew exactly what they were doing”

A wide eyed and sullen prospect of the one to the other – the gazing eyes of love, broken in half by the passage of life and circumstance, kilter to one side of variety – damning a gentle and glass-like soul, of a certainty.

The Nottingham (UK) based artist is an artist for whom, subjects of depression, always seems to be amplified with that sun-ray optimism. You feel ‘okay’ and feel like you can ‘tackle the world’ even in your saddened state.

Maybe Chloe’s trying to tell us all something. That things INDEED will be alright and better.

Get your dose of goodness through the vibes of Chloe Rodgers.

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