Not, we should point out, the Badfinger song made famous by Harry Nilsson, but sitting somewhat in that same territory of relationship loss. Here, though, over a gentle folky setting the mellifluous Chloe Foy is singing of a more final separation.
On this folk-flecked song, distinguished with a particularity percussive vocal by Chloe Foy, there’s a good deal of scathing criticism. It’s introspective though, and captures a mood of self-recrimination and internalised anger at perceived feelings of lack of confidence, lack of commitment, lack of courage. Lack, lack, lack, like a head beating percussively against a … Continue reading “Chloe Foy “Oh You Are Not Well” – Listen”
Chloe Foy has previously been likened to such artists as Julien Baker, Laura Marling and Sharon Van Etten. Her songs are imbued with lyrical and textural inflexions evocative of much of the music she loves – taking inspiration as much from neo-classical music as much as wider trends within indie-rock, Chloe’s new EP comprises carefully … Continue reading “Dirty Dozen: Chloe Foy”